Tag: pop brixton

MUSIC HIGH FIVE: Mover and shaker Cal Jader’s musical memories

…where we hi-five local musical movers and shakers. We ask five questions to get to know the people who play regularly or contribute in...

Palermo faith: Franzina Trattoria

Brixton’s home to Sicilian dining, Franzina Trattoria, has left its cosy sea container in Pop Brixton after four years to move to a bigger...

Brixton’s saucer inspiration

Steve Powdrill meets Brixton freelancers who run their businesses from café tables and hotdesking workspaces The life of a freelance is tough. Whether your trade...

DIY COCKTAIL: The New Zealand Wine Cellar’s Mulled Wine

Pop Brixton isn’t just dirty burgers and beers. The New Zealand Wine Cellar does what it says on the tin and Christmas isn’t Christmas...

Walk on the Whiteside: Roe

Nick Buglione finds something fishy going on at Roe It’s entirely appropriate that I am “sardine-d” into a sea container. For I am at Roe,...

Black history Christmas market at Pop Brixton

Impact Hub in Pop Brixton will host a Christmas Black history market over the coming weekend (24-25 November). Organisers say it will showcase the inherent...

‘All of life is on display in Brixton. So I photographed...

Photographer Charlie Clift celebrates the life and soul of Brixton in a new photography exhibition now open at Pop Brixton. "It's the characterful people of...

Let’s Dance in the holidays at Pop Brixton

Regular Let’s Dance sessions at Pop Brixton are continuing in the holidays. The next is on 13 August from 1.45 to 3pm. The 75-minute sessions...

The rise of the Humanist wedding

A non-religious wedding does not have to be dull, says Humanist wedding celebrant Ify Uchegbu “Please tick only one option in each section for your...

Fowl Play: Other Side Fried

Carina Murphy gets proper dirty at Other Side Fried All this talk of a third birthday party – can Pop Brixton really still be only...

Second Innings: Kricket

Nick Buglione gets a little gushy at Kricket Brixton Kricket, part-deux, has taken over Brindisa’s double-fronted space in the Atlantic Road arches. Under a corrugated...

StartUp Brixton: learn how to turn passion into income

StartUp Brixton is back after a year’s break on 23 June. Emma Lange explains how young entrepreneurs can learn how to turn an interest...

Brixton bling comes at a price

A luxury speaker manufacturer that began life in Pop Brixton has launched an uncompromisingly specified and priced high powered wireless speaker, said to offer...

Brixton prepares for Record Store Day

Long live Record Store Day! Here’s why you should visit your local store on 21 April, says Charlotte Croft From joining the queue, to leaving...

A Family Affair: Petare review

Nick Buglione discovers Venezuelan arepas at Pop’s Petare Arepa! Until the other day, what I knew about Venezuelan street food you could write on a...

DIY Kitchen: Duck Duck Goose’s steamed bream with ginger and spring...

A classic, simple Cantonese staple Duck Duck Goose’s steamed bream with ginger and spring onions Oli Brown of Duck Duck Goose says: “We specialise in Cantonese-roasted...