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“The greatest event that has ever been held in Croydon”: A review of Eskimo Dance, Boxpark Croydon

Posted on November 1st, by Jonny Rose in Culture. 6 comments

The #Croydon #TechCity founder is an unlikely evangelist for grime club night Eskimo Dance

The day that news of Eskimo Dance coming to Croydon broke was the day that a certain segment of South London society entered a collective meltdown. 

Facebook and Twitter feeds became a singularity of “OMG ESKIMO DANCE IS COMING TO CROYDON”, WhatsApp groups descended into unbridled chaos, and some of … Read More »



How Fairfield can face the future and thrive

Posted on December 17th, by Kate Vennell in Culture. 5 comments

Fairfield has an exciting future. Let’s get the whole community behind it, says the chair of the Fairfield Halls

When the ambitious and controversial building programme is completed at Fairfield, we need a future cultural offer that excites ever more people, builds on our impressive participation programme and promotes Croydon’s dynamic culture. A charity is the best operating structure to deliver these goals.

There are challenges. … Read More »



News in brief: November

Posted on December 10th, by The Croydon Citizen in Politics & Society. No Comments

The big Croydon stories of November 2015, summarised for your convenience

Thornton Heath ‘stormz’ to victory at 2015 MOBO Awards

Musicians and performers from Thornton Heath dominated the 2015 national MOBO (Music of Black Origin) awards held in Leeds on Thursday 4th November. Krept and Konan, Stormzy, Section Boyz and Faith Child triumphed, with Krept and Konan winning Best Hip Hop Act and Best Album, Stormzy … Read More »