The Brockley MAX 2011 - May 27th - June 4th

South East London's most eclectic arts festival is back. The Brockley Max has a sumptuous new website and a full programme of events available for download here.

Events will take place across 19 venues, from Lewisham Art House to HOP Scotch in Honor Oak and including Hilly Fields and the traditional opening night party outside the Brockley Barge.

We'll be bringing you a preview of the festivals's highlights soon, but in the mean time, let us also give praise to the festival's sponsors, Jam Circus, The Wickham Arms, The Orchard and The Brockley Barge, not to mention the people of Brockley, Ladywell and Crofton Park wards, who gave financial support through their local assemblies.

13 comments:

Not too old to party said...

Looks great as always. Couldn't see a hilly fields music thing on the last day? There is an arts thing and music at various venues but no mini Glastonbury? Have I missed it?

Either way it will be marvellous no doubt.

Anonymous said...

Where are the all-ages dogging events?

Brockley Jon said...

Good job on the website. Ticks all the boxes!

WNBCN? said...

Wot no Brockley Central night?

Despite Brockley Jon featuring in the promo fotos?

Brockley Nick said...

Yes, sorry about that. Both our (separate!) personal lives are a little unforgiving at the moment.

BC nights will be back at some point!

The Cat Man said...

How come no last night gig on hillyfields? I loved that night - was proving a increasingly big hit!!

GigLover said...

I agree CM,is there a reason why there is no last night music on the Fields ??

Bored and tired said...

It looks great, as always. It's curious that the printed version of the programme is missing all its apostrophes, making it really quite difficult to read (there are just gaps where they should be) but they're all present on the online version. This would indicate some weird printer error - they should re-do it for free.

Bored and tired said...

Not just apostrophes but ellipses and accents and quote marks too...
If you need a proof reader next year, let me know.

get a grip. said...

Must admit, I never go to a festival it they punctuate incorectly. I always insist that they have a smart arse, sarcastic member of their programme writing team.

pen chewer said...

I think the comment was aimed at the printers rather than the organisers. Didn't notice any sarcasm either but hey ho.

Bored and tired said...

There was no sarcasm. I was just commenting that although the programme is perfectly correct in PDF form on their website, somehow the printed version has come out without vital punctuation and is therefore a little difficult to read as some things don't make any sense until you work out what's missing. I also commented that the line-up looks great, and was genuinely offering my services as a proof reader. Is any of that a problem?

Get a grip said...

No. I was wrong. Sorry.

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