Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Local events this Bank Holiday

Please get in touch if you have any events you want to advertise on this site.

'35 Shots of Rum' at Deptford Film Club
Wednesday 26 May, 7.30pm
Birds Nest, £2/£3 donations

Creekside Walk
Thursday 27 May, 6-8pm, FREE
Creekside Centre
See previous post here

Greenwich Beer Festival
Thursday – Monday 27 – 31 May
As well as BEER, lunchtime and afternoon music events, the evening headliners include: James Taylor Quartet, Fun Lovin Criminals, Hayseed Dixie, Brand New Heavies, Tony Hadley & His Swing Band, Incognito and Omar at the Old Royal Naval College. Tickets from £15. More info and booking at 

Brockley Max
Friday 28 May – Saturday 5 June
Music, art, comedy, dance, kids stuff, workshops, film and more...happening across Brockley, Crofton Park and Ladywell, culminating in an all day open air event on Hillyfields on 5 June.

Probing Cranks at the Montague Arms
Friday 28 May, 8.30pm
Crossfields resident Tom will be playing with his band The Probing Cranks + Milk Roar + Bert Shaft Orchestra
Montague Arms, 289 Queens Rd SE14 (£3.50 entry)

Deptford Last Fridays
Friday 28 May, FREE
Late openings at Deptford galleries include Bearspace, Arch, Old Police Station (Dirty Cop Friday), Utrophia, Core Gallery, Lewisham Arthouse...More info at

Deptford Darling presents 'America' at The Bunker Club
Friday 28 May, 10pm-3am
La Shark play live, plus DJs Good Shoes, Bailout, Deptford Darling. Fancy dress theme High School Prom, Hollywood, Rock'n'Roll. £3 fancy dress, £5 without.
The Bunker Club, 46 Deptford Broadway SE8

Deptford Beach Babes at the Birds Nest
Friday 28 May, 8-11pm, FREE
Expect 'hot chicks' on guitars and brass, Medusa wigs, grass skirts and lots o' surf hell raisin'...

Charles Hayward & Lol Coxhill
Sunday 30 May, 3-6pm, FREE
Crossfields's very own Charles takes a break from guest drumming with Hot Chip to join legendary Lol...  
McMillan Herb Garden, McMillan Street, SE8  

Shedload of Love at Brockley Max
Sunday 30 May, 8.30pm, FREE
The Wickham Arms, Upper Brockley Road

See also:
The Albany
Amersham Arms
Greenwich Picturehouse
Greenwich Playhouse 
Greenwich Theatre
Royal Albert

1 comment:

  1. If you're going to the Beer Festival please note it's all over by 10pm...not something that's very obvious from the publicity. So if you thought the headline act would go on at normal sort of headline act sort of time you'll miss the show!