For all you film buffs and comedy connoiseurs, here is our selection of the top picks.
The Flying Sirens in ‘Songs We Thought We Couldn’t Sing’| The Hill Station | 8pm, 27th May | Tickets £5 (£3 concessions; no children)
Two middle-aged women: one sings; one plays piano. The comedy implications of that sentence abound. Turn up to see if any of them are fulfilled.
Classic 1940s Film Night ‘Odd Man Out’ | Ladywell Cemetery Chapel, Ladywell entrance | 7.30pm – 10pm, 29th May | £5 donation appreciated | SPACES FULL
“STOP PRESS: The screening of the classic 1940’s film night Odd Man Out in Brockley and Ladywell cemetery on Sunday 29 May – is now full. Unless you have a booking confirmation – please do not attend – as all available seats are now booked out. ”
Ladywell Independent Film Festival | Ladywell Gallery | 7pm, 29th – 31st May 2016 | Free entry
A Night Of Short Film hosts a three day mini film festival with films ranging from documentaries to apocalyptic animations, to music videos to gangster shoot outs. With some gory horror to end each night.
Charlie Chuck Comedy Club & Open Mic | The Talbot 7pm, 29th May | Tickets £10 (available at the venue)
If you’re a budding comic, have a go as warm up act. From 8pm headliner, Charlie Chuck (aka Uncle Peter on The Smell Of Reeves And Mortimer) presents a tour de farce as the unchallenged idiot savant of comedy.
Comedy Night | Jam Circus | 7pm– 9pm, 1st June | Free
Join us for the best in stand-up comedy. We will be showcasing two of the very best comedians on the circuit for a night full of laughs.
Comedy Cavern Live | Ladywell Tavern | 7pm – 10pm, 2nd June | Free
Johnny Schumacher presents Comedy Cavern Live, with top class acts and a special guest act specially for the Brockley Max Festival.
Brockleywood Nights | Hilly Fields | 3rd June | Free
An al fresco film night under the stars, showcasing shorts from local filmmakers. Food and drink available. Don’t forget to wrap up warm and bring a rug!