Brockley MAX programme announced

The 2009 Brockley MAX festival programme has been revealed.

Taking place between May 29th and June 7th, events will be staged at venues across Brockley - from the Lewisham Art House to the Honor Oak Pub - and spill out on to Hilly Fields for three days of the Marquee of Moonbow, "an extravaganza of live music, comedy, poetry, spoken word" and of course a licensed bar, brought to you by the team behind the sorely-missed Moonbow Jakes cafe.

Download the programme here, from the Brockley MAX website.

And of course, make sure you tear yourself away from the rolling coverage of the European elections on June 4th long enough to come to Brockley Central's gig night at the Ladywell Tavern.

Vounteers – The MAX still needs people to help out on the Opening Night on 29 May, and Saturday 6 June at Art In The Park – either to help set up, litter collecting, stewarding or help clear up – even if its just an hour. Help is also needed to deliver leaflets across Brockley. Please contact if you have some time to spare.

Station delivery

Shops and road delivery

Raffle tickets - These are now on sale at Jam Circus. There are more than 15 great prizes donated by local businesses. Tickets are £1 each and the draw will be at the Marquee of Moonbow on Hilly Fields at about 8pm. Please buy a ticket to support the festival.


Anonymous said...

Heres hoping we have good weather,Touch Wood.

Monkeyboy said...

Excellent website, very slick.

angel said...

Wow what a fantastic amount of activities - the Max is BACK! Thanks to everyone working so hard, giving time, providing venues, sponsorship.....Here here!
(makes me a bit emotional!)

Anonymous said...

looks like a fantastic line up,just hope the darn rain stays away.Good on yer brockley max.

Tamsin said...

When will you have the programmes and have you got delivery arranged for the public spaces in Telegraph Hill (children's centre, Telegraph Hill Centre and One O'Clock Club) or would like me to collect a bunch?

Moira said...

Programmes are available for collection from Broca Food market, Tea Leaf Arts, Jam Circus, Sunflower Centre and Geddes. There are also some posters and blu tak at the Broca Food market. If you notice any shops without programmes, please drop some in there, as they go very quickly.

Thanks Tamsin for offering to deliver to T Hill, I don't have anyone covering roads that way.

We still need people to do an hour at the stations the few days before the start of the festival.

Richard needs some help setting up the Opening Night. If you are available from midday on 29th please let him know

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