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Brockley Max 2021

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Brockley Max 2019 Opening Party

Events day by day

By Rosie | 28th May 2020

As well as a range of pre-recorded musical performances you can explore, there’s plenty of live events taking place during the Brockley Max Festival period. Daily at 8pm: Luke Wright – live on Twitter Celebrated poet Luke Wright co-headlined a fantastic sold out fundraiser for Brockley Max alongside satirical cartoonist back in February. Ever since…

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Jim Carey Cornell performs Neon Guitar Stories

Brockley Max Online: Jim Carey Cornell

By Rosie | 28th May 2020

Kicking off what would have been the Opening Night of Brockley Max 2020, Jim Carey Cornell will be playing a live gig from 7pm on Friday 29th May. The gig, Neon Guitar Stories, will include a concoction of original songs and cover versions from local singer-songwriter-guitarist Jim Carey Connell. Expect flourishes of acoustic guitar, poetic…

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SELFolk Orchestra recorded instruments in isolation and tracks were then mixed together for the V Project

Musical moments to savour

By Rosie | 28th May 2020

When the call went out a few days ago that we’d be showcasing performances by SE London locals during what should have been Brockley Max 2020 we received a flurry of fantastic emails. Here’s a selection of prerecorded performances you can enjoy at any time. Great Beecroft Singalong Here’s something truly uplifting: the community of Beecroft…

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Brockley Max 2019 Opening Party

Enjoy the spirit of Brockley Max online

By Rosie | 28th May 2020

This Friday would have seen the Opening Night of this year’s Brockley Max Festival. Since we can’t come together at the moment to sing, dance and make music, we’ve decided to share the creative endeavours of local artists, musicians, makers and performers here on our website and on social media. First up, to conjure up…

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