Your handy guide to what’s happening in Brixton
WEDS 5 @ KNIGHT WEBB GALLERY
New exhibition Breakfast features paintings by Berlin artist Juliane Hundertmark (above) who depicts the family unit at breakfast “in its many outlandish and surreal forms”. Until 29 October. 10am to 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
THURS 6 @ WINDMILL
South London female four-piece Goat Girl play a special single launch before they go on an extensive UK tour. Doors 7pm. £3.
SAT 8 @ BROCKWELL GREENHOUSES
Build your own terrarium with Jar and Fern. These are plant arrangements inside sealed glass containers that create an ecosystem needing little or no watering. They were a feature of Victorian homes and are ideal for people with limited mobility. All necessary equipment and guidance supplied. Tickets £35 from billetto.co.uk/jarandfern. 11am – 12.30pm.
SAT 8 @ POP BRIXTON
Clothes exchange in aid of the Baytree Women’s Centre. With a cake stall too. 12pm to 5pm. £3 entry.
SAT 8 @ ELECTRIC BRIXTON
Aftern burn is “specially programmed to take you on a journey through time and space” from Ooligan Alley, one of Burning Man festival’s leading sound-camps. It will feature a line-up of house, techno, progressive, glitch, funk, world music and more. Circus performers, magicians, and aerial daredevils will also be performing. 10pm to 7pm. £23 to £28.
SUN 9 @ HOOTANANNY
Barak – musicians from Ghana, Senegal, Germany, Dominica, Trinidad and Ireland – play edgy, experimental and innovattive music with a heady mix of global beats, intricate rhythms and soaring melodies. 8pm to midnight. Free.