Brick Box seeks licence at former Angel Pub, Brixton

Written by on July 30, 2012 in Community, Council, News - 2 Comments

A community arts collective has applied for an alcohol licence for its temporary premesis on the site of the former Angel pub, at 354 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton.

The Brick Box, a community interest company, want to serve drinks from 8am until 2am Monday to Sunday as well as provide a range of live entertainment.

The bid, which includes the provision of plays, films, live and recorded music, will be considered by Lambeth council’s Licensing Sub-Committee next Tuesday (August 7) at 7pm  in Lambeth Town Hall.

It had attracted one objection, on the grounds of public nuisance, but this was withdrawn today (Monday).


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2 Comments on "Brick Box seeks licence at former Angel Pub, Brixton"

  1. John August 1, 2012 at 2:16 pm ·

    Has this outrageous proposal been cleared with the Anarchist / Revolutionary / Irish Republican / Gay / Palestinian / Vegetarian / CND / White Dreadlocked / Free Tibet / Organic Muesli / Anti Gentrification / Rainbow Alliance at ‘urban75? Coz there’ll be trouble if not!!

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