Watch major sporting events for free in Brixton this summer at Pop Brixton, which claims to have the biggest screen in south London. Pop Fields is a new addition to the space and unlike most outdoor screening venues you can actually have kick about, play basketball or tennis so you can get fit there too.
If you’re strictly a spectator, turn up and soak up big-event atmosphere without the eye-watering price tag and combine it with party times. Kicking off with Euro 2016 and continuing over the summer with Wimbledon, The Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games, Tour de France, Cricket Rugby and more events and entertainment to be announced shortly. There will be food and drink vendors on hand including Pizza from Made of Dough and Baba G’s Bhangra Burger and beverages from Brixton Brewery.
The massive annual London Pride Parade will make its way throughout the city’s centre in celebration of LGBTQIA+ communities, diversity and equality. This year is a big deal: 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of Pride in the UK. It’s free to turn […]
Run by Saatchi, this art fair brings together pieces from 110 independent artists in a relaxed, informal environment. The art is affordable, at least for original work, with some pieces starting from as little as . It’s a good chance […]
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It’s party time at the Gin & Rum Festival, where hitting the dancefloor to live DJs is all part of the experience. Tickets include a Festival Guide, copa glass and satchel, talks and masterclasses. New for 2022 is a themed […]