Posts Tagged ‘Brockley Max festival’

Become a Sponsor for 2017

Keen to help ensure Brockley Max takes place? The festival is entirely dependent on contributions from the local community, both in terms of time and through advertising and sponsorship. One of the key ways local businesses can get involved is through advertising in the 32-page festival programme. Distributed via local shops and hand out at…

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Al fresco films and masses of music

Brockley Max film night Brockleywood Nights, 2011

Friday night at Brockley Max is the perfect way to let your hair down. Get stuck in to the festival-themed Music Geek Monthly at The Ladywell Gallery from 7.30pm and share your thoughts about the latest albums and bands. Tell your fellow music aficionados why your favourite summer album is the best – and be prepared…

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Art and craft at Brockley Max

Lewisham ArtHouse exhibition attendees

As you’d imagine, being a community arts festival, Brockley Max has plenty of arts and crafts events for you to get stuck into. There are several exhibitions running throughout the festival period including one at Beecroft Garden Primary School. The Beecroft Garden Art Show is a delightful retrospective of children’s art exploring colour, texture and light.…

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Opening Night kicks off weekend of music

Crowd at Brockley Max Opening Night

The Brockley Max festival opened with a bang last night with hundreds of people enjoying the fantastic live performances organised by Ben Swan and Richard Swan and introduced by our inimitable MC Dre – who even took a turn on the keyboards when guitarist and singer Yasu invited other musicians to jam along with him. Other…

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Take part in our photo exhibition

Cardboard City at Leander Centre, Deptford

Going to Brockley Max events and want to take part in a collective, digital and interactive photography exhibition to record the festival history in images? Here’s how… Brockley Max is staging an interactive exhibition of images taken Brockley Max events over the years. We’ve called it Look Back and Interact. We’d love you to submit your…

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Show off at Brockley Max

Performers on stage at Brockley Max Art In The Park

Are you a poet, an actor, a storyteller or an artist? Do you dance, sing, strum or craft? Brockley Max is looking for a whole host of performers, exhibitors and workshop leaders to appear as part of this year’s festival. The Brockley Max festival takes place from Friday 29 May until Saturday 6 June, bookended…

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How to put on an event at Brockley Max

Opening Night at Brockley Max

The Brockley Max festival takes place in venues across Brockley, Ladywell, Crofton Park and Honor Oak over a nine-day period from 29th May to 6th June. Brockley Max 2015 will kick off with an afternoon and evening of live music, singing and dance at our Opening Night down by Brockley station from 4pm to 10.30pm…

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How to bid in the Brockley Max fundraising auction

Auction of Promises 2014

Brockley Max is holding a fundraising auction as part of the Festival Preview Night on Thursday 5th March at Jam Circus. You can bid on the night and soak up the atmosphere at this popular local venue. We’ve even got a toe-tapping jazz and funk band, Alice In Grooveland, to entertain you. If you can’t join…

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Help support the Brockley Max festival

Children's workshop tent at Art In The Park

Brockley Max is organised and run by volunteers under the umbrella of the non-profit organisation Max Media Arts. Everyone involved with Brockley Max gives their time, enthusiasm and expertise for free – and very willingly. We love Brockley Max just as much as you do. But putting on a nine-day community festival still costs money.…

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Tell us what you think of Brockley Max

Brockley Max returned in 2014 after a year’s break, running for nine days from the end of May into early June. To make sure Brockley Max 2015 is even better, we’d really appreciate it if you could complete the two-minute survey about Brockley Max 2014. Putting on a multi-day festival takes a lot of planning as…

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