TIME AND PLACE:
Doors: from 5pm till late
@ Pop Brixton, Popes Road, London SW9
New unique space focusing on supporting local enterprise, will host some of the community’s most exciting independent start-ups across food, drink, retail, creative industries and the arts.
Pop Brixton has turned a piece of wasteland into an attractive new urban space, and will create a green and welcoming location in the heart of the town centre, to be enjoyed by all.
Supporting 80 entrepreneurs and creating over 200 jobs. There are loads of food and bars to choose from, including the renowned Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen taking up her first permanent residency offering authentic Ghanaian dishes, through to Miss P’s BBQ bringing their juicy beef ribs and Baba G’s serving up an Indian and British food fusion
There are also independent retail outlets. From vintage clothing sellers Make Do and Mend through to Japanese tea house, Kyonocha, Pop Brixton will provide a unique shopping destination full of hidden gems. Office and workspace will also be home to local businesses and the Impact Hub Brixton will provide affordable co-working space for start-ups, allowing enterprise and innovation to flourish.
The 200 capacity event space will offer a chance to enjoy a wide range of events, including TEDx Brixton talks, gigs and cinema screenings.
When complete Pop Brixton will be home to:
– 10 street food kiosks
– 6 cafes/restaurants
– 4 bars
– 7 retailers
– 2 pop up retail spaces
– 19 offices
– 2 workshops
– 4 studios
– An art Gallery
– Event Space
– Greenhouse – Pop Farm, planted and cultivated by local people and school children throughout the project
– Horticultural Gardens
– Training Hub
– Buskers Corner
— Pop Brixton (@PopBrixton) May 17, 2015