Brockley Max, one of the cultural highlights of South East London, returns for its 18th year, filling the Brockley, Crofton Park, Honor Oak and Ladywell areas with art and music for everyone.
The Festival has been growing in size since it started in 2001 and features films, concerts, art installations, theatre, activities for children and much more taking over venues across the borough. With many of the events being free to attend this is a great opportunity to experience the talent of the area and further afield.
The festival starts with a bang with the Opening Night Concert at Brockley Station. Starting at 4.30pm there will be a mixture of acts performing covering various musical styles.
Over the next 9 days you can find various events taking place such as:
Brockleywood Nights a Showcase for local filmmaking talent taking place at The Rivoli Ballroom
Acoustic Anarchy – an acoustic folk, punk, and alternative night at waterintobeer
And Then There Were None – a murder mystery play set in an island mansion house at St George’s Church
Roald Dahl’s The Twits – local theatre company Join The Dots perform this children’s classic at John Steiner Community School
Hidden Corners – Short stories night on a specific theme at The Talbot
One Harmony Radio - Broadcasting live for three days of the festival from the Fox & Firkin Beer Garden
For the full line up of events please visit www.brockleymax.co.uk - events are being added every week so make sure you check back regularly