The Brixton Wave is a new festival that will debut in the Summer of 2019. Inspired by the range of ‘Fringe’ festivals that take place around the world, the wave will be a cultural explosion that captures the spirit of Brixton.
At this year's launch on the 10-11 November, it’s open daily from 11am - 5pm and then from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm each day to celebrate the People, Place and Culture of Brixton through a range of art forms. Here's what you can expect from the event:
Kofi Arts - The Dressing Table and The Mannequin. An art installation showcasing the contributions of Africans and Caribbeans to UK culture. This exhibition is available from 11am on both days.
Dirg Richards - A photographic documentation of the Windrush Experience. This exhibition is available from 11am on both days.
Alan Piper - Local Historian from the Brixton Society.
Neil Kenlock - Photographer.
Onysha D Collins - Poet and Filmmaker.
Hebe Foundation - Youth Theatre performance of the Windrush story.
Entertainment and Performances - Saxophonist, Guest Djs, Poetry and much more!
Click here to for more information and to book your FREE tickets.