Your guide to what’s happening in Brixton this week
TUES 19 @ THE WINDMILL
Can you tell your Starks from your Greyjoys or your Martells from your Tullys? Then, fear not, this is the quiz for you… on all 6 seasons of the ever popular Game of Thrones (the TV series rather than the books). £100 cash is up for grabs, as well as other Game of Thrones prizes. £20 per team or £5.50 for solo players. 8pm.
FRI 22 @ PHONOX
Mr Ties, the main resident and creative force behind one of Berlin’s most revered gay parties, Homopatik, is hosting a fundraiser at Phonox with the proceeds going towards making a positive change for the LGBT community after the recent tragedy at Pulse night club in Orlando. 6pm to 4am. £5 to £10. 50% of the ticket revenue will go to LGBT charities.
SAT 23 @ POP BRIXTON
Urban Growth Learning Gardens host workshops teaching how to grow food and ornamental plants. This weekly session is targeted at families and local people who want fun learning activities on the weekend. It is suitable for people with any level of experience, and of all ages. Explore the gardens at PopBrixton, with a focus on PopFarm, learning the skills need to grow food and flowers at home. Each session will include making something to take home with you such as a windowsill salad pot, tomato seedling or jar of chutney according to season. Free. 10am to 1pm.
SAT 23 @ ELECTRIC BRIXTON
Jungle Fever returns with a massive line up for the ultimate Jungle / Drum & Bass summer party. The night promises a huge main floor, massive stage, and a 2 tier balcony overlooking the main dancefloor & stage “just like it was Jungle Fever at the Astoria in the 90’s”. £19.66 to £22.29. 10pm to 6am.
SUN 24 @ CLAPHAM COMMON
Professional playmakers Rabble are teaming up with the Oxjam Brixton Music Festival, in an attempt to create a Guinness World Record breaking game of British Bulldog on Clapham Common. There will be a whole afternoon of games and all proceeds will go to Oxfam GB. £10. 11am to 5pm.
SUN 24 @ HOOTANANNY
Rootmaster presents Senegalese kora master Sadio Cissokho and his Golden Kora Band. He delivers his music straight from the Casamance region of Senegal – exporting fierce sabar drum patterns and the national dance style of mbalax as well as diambadong, eekon kon and manding afrobeat. Free. 8pm to midnight.