Urban Art 2018, is London’s largest annual open-air Contemporary Arts Fair and takes place along the railings of Josephine Avenue, London SW2, during the weekend of Saturday 14th July and Sunday 15th July from 10.00am to 6.00pm. Free entry.
Are you part of an allotment that regularly has a glut of produce you can't use? Are you a fruit and veg shop that doesn't always need its stock? Or perhaps a keen gardener with a too-prosperous vegetable patch? If you have any green (or red, yellow or brown) stuff to spare, the Brixton Pound community cafe would love to hear from you.
The Saturday proceedings at Field Day in Brockwell Park kicked off under overcast lunchtime skies, whilst entry to the festival included a very thorough body search and sniffer dogs. However, early arrivals were rewarded with splendid set from North London's Jimothy Lacoste on the Crack Stage, performing his synth hooks and rapped lyrics about living in our favourite city to a
With Field Day in Brockwell Park a week away, it’s a good time to look ahead to a few of the highlights of the weekend, outside of the more obvious attractions of the headline acts such as Erykah Badu, Gilles Peterson, and Four Tet.
With the support of the community, a 1,600+ petition and the joint intervention of the Green and Labour Councillors for Herne Hill, Network Rail has been persuaded to site its new electricity sub-station somewhere other than Elaine Partleton’s small flower shop in the heart of Station Square.