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Brockley's Lewis Barfoot is exporting SE4 culture to anyone who'll listen. She's launched a new "mixed-arts" night up west, which is serving as a trojan horse for some of Brockley's best. At the opening night, Brockley band Chaplin played, followed by stories from Brockley based Alice Fernbank. Local artist Mike Hall designed the flyers and has an exhibition at the venue. The next nights are coming up on April 5th and May 3rd. Here are the details. 
And while we're on the subject of Brockley arts, Moira has reminded us that there are only eleven days left to get involved with this year's Brockley Max - details of how to take part here http://brockleymax.co.uk/

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