Saturday 2nd June 2018 Highlights

Don’t forget to consult your programme for all the fantastic events on offer today.

The downloadable version is available here:

If you were planning on going to see Mazaika at Pistachio’s Café the date has changed.
This is NOT 2nd June. It will now take place Wednesday 6th June, 7pm – 9pm.

This Afternoon

Come and have a look around:

The 310 Collective Artist’s Open House
at 27 Tatnell Road
11am- 6pm

Come and explore this family-friendly event from local artist printmakers, with print making activities and contemporary original prints available to purchase.

St Peter’s Church open day

This is your opportunity to have a free, guided tour of this beautiful Grade II-listed church, which was redesigned by Frederick Marrable. Come and see the Italian mosaic chancel and interesting memorials. Stay and take a trip up the tower for a fantastic view of Brockley and have a close up view of the hand-wound clock made by Smiths of Clerkenwell.

Photo Digitisation Event at St Peter’s

Don’t go anywhere else until you have stopped by to share with the church your pre-2000 slides, photos, flyers or leaflets of Brockley. We are trying to build a visual record of Brockley’s streets, people and culture during the 20th Century. Sharing your visual records of this would be invaluable as we would scan, take down details you have of your photos to the Brockley Society’s collection.

This Evening

Make sure your evening plans include:

2 Men 2 Pianos
St Hilda’s Church
5pm- 6.30pm (£10 adults, £5 under 16s)

Popular classics are arranged and performed on 2 pianos by local concert pianists, Julian Barber and Andrew Tait. Fantastic fun for the family, including pieces by Bach, Mendelssohn and Gershwin.

Acoustic Anarchy
6pm – 10pm waterintobeer

Don’t miss this fantastic gig night. Featuring punk, indie and folkish guitar acts.

Paint Jam
The Honor Oak
6pm – 1am

Love music, love paining? Get yourself down to the Honor Oak and join Roxanne at her Paint Jam where a DJ spins tunes while you paint.

Do get your free tickets before you arrive:

Live Jazz
Two Spoons
8.30pm – 10.30pm

Viviana Zarbo has performed at the Royal Albert Hall Salle Verdi, Ronnie Scott’s upstairs and this year is coming to Two Spoons as part of Brockley Max 2018.

Join her for an evening of beautiful song and storytelling, reminiscent of the greats Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzergerald and Sarah Vaughan.

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