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Theatre, oysters, and Day of The Dead celebrations- just some of the events you can get up to in Brixton this month.
Celebrate 12 years of Circus
When: 2nd November
Where: Circus, SW9 8PS
Brixton’s favourite homeware and interior is turning 12 on the 2nd November. To celebrate it’s long life in Brixton Village there will be free fizz and pizza in store, as well as exclusive discounts (ranging between 12-20%) on products too. Start your festive shopping early and raise a glass to a fabulous local business!
Laugh it off
When: 1st-11th November
Where: Brixton House, SW9 8GL
Things I Can Laugh About Now is showing at Brixton House for 11 days only- and you’re not going to want to miss this one. It’s a coming-of-age, is funny and it manages to cover some pretty deep and dark subject matters too.
Eat for half the price
When: Until the end of the year
Where: The comfort of your own home
Pop Brixton is known for its plethora of delicious street food eats and now you can get them from the comfort of your own home thanks to Uber Eats. Just enter the promo code POPBRIXTON50 when ordering for any one of their food partners and you’ll get 50% off your delivery when you spend £15 on munch! Pizza, hotdogs, souvlaki… what you getting?
See KT Tunstall perform at The Windmill
When: 10th November
Where: The Windmill, SW2 5BZ
This gig is a part of the covid-induced ‘Passport: Back To Our Roots’ series- a campaign to raise money for small venues during the pandemic by filling them with big names. Suddenly you can see KT Tunstall taking over this key Brixton establishment!
Fill your boots with oysters
When: 6th November
Where: Bottle + Rye,
Calling all oyster lovers out there! Oyster kings Rock Oysters are taking over the kitchen at Bottle + Rye to do what they do best… Oysters. There will be an ‘Oyster Trilogy’ available all evening, where for £12, you can get a taster of: Rockefeller, Charentaise and Fried with Smoked Oyster Remoulade.
Celebrate Dia De los Muertos
When: 4th November
Where: Pop Brixton, SW9 8PQ
Scary season isn’t quite over yet. Pop Brixton are hosting a Day of The Dead celebration, with a live mariachi band, and DJs playing Latin rhythms all night long. The event runs from 6pm, so we’d recommend getting there early and ordering some Mexican churros to really get you in the mood for the festivities.