What’s on in Brixton: 13 – 19 June

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ritzyTUE 14 @ THE RITZY
A varied and welcoming open mic night Upstairs at the Ritzy, hosted by local singer/ songwriter and Ritzy staff member Gabby Colledge. Running alongside her popular weekly night at The Railway Tulse Hill, she will be welcoming all acts ranging from musicians, comedians and spoken word artists to the Ritzy stage. Free. 7pm – 11pm.

THURS 16 @ THE WINDMILL
Imaginary Friends Collective features Amaroun, Elias One Man Band  and Cat Eliza T. £5. From 7.30pm.

FRI 17 @ WATERLOO BRIDGE
Ride with Pride: Unite for an epic group cycle throughout London on the 17th June. The theme for this year’s London Pride is #PrideHeroes, riders are encouraged to come dressed as their favourite hero who has made a difference to the LGBT community. Don’t worry if you can’t decide who to dress as, come as your own hero! 6.30pm, meet underneath Waterloo Bridge.

SAT 18 @ KELLETT RD
All Effra area residents are invited to the Kellett Road “Warm Up Rio” street party. Free. 2pm onwards.

SAT 18 @ BROCKWELL GREENHOUSES
Jungle Fever family workshop invites all mancubs and jungle VIPs to celebrate the launch of Brockwell Community Greenhouses’ very own tropical paradise, with tantalising tastes and scintillating sounds to experience. £5 per child / £2.50 low-income. Ages 5+. This workshop must be booked in advance using the online ticketing system (www.brockwellgreenhouses.org.uk). 10.30am to 12.30pm.

SAT 18 @ THE WINDMILL
The return of the ever popular “The Cypher Lounge all-dayer”. A new addition at the last event, King of the Ronalds will be teaming up with us again on the event with 4 rap battles starting from late afternoon. BBQ kicks off from 3pm with graffit, beatboxers and music outside until the live acts and open mic cyphers in the evening. £5 to £8. From 3pm.

SUN 19 @ DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY
Father’s Day Meet, Meat & Meantime: a bbq feast will take place in the Gallery’s garden paired with beer from the Meantime Brewing Company in Greenwich and Meantime’s beer guru will be on hand to explain why each beer has been chosen. £22 per adult, £10 per child. Family ticket, 2 adults & 2 children £60.00. From 12pm.

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Anna McKie is News Editor for the Brixton Blog and Bugle

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