It's #Friday! Do you have plans for evening? If no, this TOP5 FREE THINGS TO DO THIS FRIDAY post is for you! - If you’re looking for hiphop-ska-funk-latino-reggae-jazz-rock gigs - TOWN OF CATS - If you like some raggae - FRICTION & THE ROOTS DRIVERS - For African style lovers - GRRRL - For family time or If you’d like to visit last row in cinema - PIN CUSHION - And for those who have subscribed for our updates and didn’t miss it - BIG BROTHER 2018 (good reason to subscribe now:)
Woodburner presents , an inspiring collaboration of sound by empowered, fierce, independent women from around the world, coming together to tell their collective stories of life, conflict, inequality and change through music. Directed by Brazil’s Laima Leyton (Mixhell/Soulwax), the project features an exhilarating mix of influential artists, including Mercury Prize winning rapper Speech Debelle, Zimbabwe’s Rapper Queen AWA (African Women Arise), The Queen of Brazilian Dancehall Lei Di Dai, The Young Lioness of Africa Wiyaala, UK/Bangladeshi vocalist Sohini Alam, electronic artist & synth player Afrodeutsche from UK/Ghana, Original Nu-Jazz and folk singer from Cape Town Nono Nkoane and DJ and Percussionist from Caracas, MABE. + are a grunge-soul collective with a wide range of influences who blend elements of soul, hip-hop, metal and jazz to create their own signature brand of music. + , Grigri grooves, psychedelic desert blues and mystically mazey melodies from Kentish Town vi
Our prestigious opening night slot goes to the deliciously dark yet fantastical debut feature by British director Deborah Haywood. First 100 tickets free to book in advance at: http://www.peckhamplex.london/film/pnfff-18-pin-cushion Remaining tickets first come, first served on the night. ABOUT THE VENUE Peckhamplex is South London’s friendly independent, licensed, multiplex cinema situated in the heart of Rye Lane, close to Peckham Rye station. Voted as London’s most loved local cinema in Time Out Awards 2015, 2016 and 2018.
is known for his irresistable mix of Reggae with African and Caribbean vibes, and unforgettable live shows. Together with his band he is touring the world non-stop. On the decks it’s Reggae Roast selector & producer keeping you skanking till late! He takes his influences from The UK bass scene as well as the reggae/dancehall world
This year the celebrities have all been caught up in their own media storms. But how will they cope with life in the iconic Big Brother House? Come and join Emma Willis for the live shows and see the twists, turns and surprises unfold.
are a many legged party armada, bringing a hot chunk of hiphop-ska-funk-latino-reggae-jazz-rock with them everywhere they go. Rescued from the water’s numbing embrace by Old Ma; Joe, j-Dew, Barney, Jake, Toby, Henry, Rory, Carl, Ollie and Harry were shoved unceremoniously behind instruments, mewling and dripping. Ol’ Ma took up her trusty sax, and told them all to play up or pack it in. And play they did. Spun fucked-up fairy tales of their former lives and spat ‘em out over brassy hooks, skanking rhythms, hypnotic grooves and tantalising melodies… They sang starry-eyed of childhood wonders and lustily of life’s little highs. Can’t sing? they’ll make you. Can’t dance? They’ll make you. (Slamboree) loves nothing more than to tangle you into impossible shapes with an impressively eclectic selection of bass-heavy tracks! He’ll be on deck duty till 2am.