Halloween party on Windrush Square

Written by on October 22, 2015 in Drinks, Food, Music, What's On - 2 Comments
Barbarella’s Bang Bang

Barbarella’s Bang Bang

A two-night party in Windrush Square will end an hour before the dead from the now-levelled graveyard of St Matthews rise up at midnight on Halloween (October 31) only to find the Fridge Bar closed.

But, before hurrying home to safety, revellers at Brixton’s night market can eat and drink on Friday 30th and do the same to music the following evening.

Running from 5 to 11pm, food and bar traders for this month’s market represent the street food talents of communities from London and beyond – from Caribbean Cuisine to Hashtag Fish.

Special deserts will be provided by former guests of Her Majesty, Bad Boy Bakery; craft beers will be from pop-up Phox & CoVin Van Voom will have the prosecco; and market organiser Street Concepts’ bar will supply cocktails designed to arouse the spirits.

On Saturday night there will be entertainment from gypsy folk band Barbarella’s Bang Bang.

There will be face painters to add Halloween sparkle or blood to the undead, along with fortune tellers and ghoulish interactive acts.

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FOOD
Caribbean Cuisine: Jerk chicken & pork; Caribbean curries; plantain; ackee ’n’ saltfish
Burger & Beyond: Gourmet burgers
Baba Ganoush: A variety of falafels
Guasacaca: Venezuelan street food
Hashtag Fish : English Fish ’n’ Chips
K-Town: Korean street food
Vudu Foods: Pulled pork, chicken, grilled veg, goats cheese abd caramelised onions in brioche buns.
Salt Beef Brothers : Salt beef sandwiches on cholla or rye with gherkins, mustard and pickles.

DESERTS
Bad Boy Bakery: Cakes and tarts
Sweet & Savouries: Crepes

BARS
Phox & Co.: Craft beer
Vin Van Voom: Prosecco
Street Concepts Bar: Cocktails and spirits.

Street Concepts is a community interest company that works with local councils to support start-ups and small businesses looking for opportunities to sell to a larger audience.

About the Author

Alan Slingsby moved to Brixton just as the 1981 uprising began. His nearest pub was the Effra and nearest off licence the Frontline — long gone in an earlier wave of closures of treasured community establishments. Has edited newspapers for the National Union of Students and National Union of Teachers. Now makes a living designing magazines and books and anything else people will pay him for.

2 Comments on "Halloween party on Windrush Square"

  1. Antonio October 22, 2015 at 8:09 am ·

    We fight against gentrification, and then support hipster markets. Something must be very wrong here…

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