Notting HIll Carnival


It's Never Too Hot for Notting Hill Carnival

Photos from this year's street party, which marked 60 years since the first Caribbean Carnival event in London.


Dancehall Is Fighting to Protect – and Copyright – Its Dance Moves

The dance moves you might break out at Notting Hill Carnival this weekend are at the centre of an increasingly urgent debate about cultural copyright.


The Rain Was Never Going to Dampen Carnival

Still, another successful year hasn't stopped certain sections of the British media from focusing on all the wrong things.


These Vegan Jerk Mushrooms Are Notting Hill Carnival Chef-Approved

Jerk chicken is a Carnival staple, but thanks to vegan YouTuber Rachel Ama and veteran chef Mangrove Fats, a meat-free option is now on the menu.


These Artists Are Battling the Dilution of Caribbean Sound System Culture

GAIKA's 'SYSTEM' exhibit in London and the New York-set film 'Más Fuerte' show how gentrification could change Carnival if we're not careful.


Why Notting Hill Carnival Matters More than Usual in 2018

After this year's Windrush deportation scandal, we speak to Brits of Afro-Caribbean descent about the build-up to this annual celebration.


Why There Was Anti-Boiler Room Graffiti at Carnival

The livestream giant's increased involvement in the event has come under intense criticism.


How Carnival Honoured Grenfell

The events of mid-June hung over celebrations, but many saw Carnival as a prime opportunity to reclaim the streets around the tower and memorialise victims.


Glitter, Wining and Sun: Notting Hill Carnival in Photos

Photographer Charlie Kwai went along to capture what he saw.


The Response to the Grenfell Tower Fire Is Still a Farce

Residents vented their frustration at officials this week.


The MUNCHIES Guide to Notting Hill Carnival

As London gears up for the annual Caribbean culture celebration, Carnival veteran Adrian Luckie of street food stall Mama’s Jerk Station shares his wisdom on eating your way through Europe’s biggest street party.