Elf goes arty

The Urban Art festival is back in Brixton.  The weather is sunny and so we head off to the buzz of Brixton. The walk is lovely and we arrive on the corner of Josephine street where the festival opens up in front of us.  There are many more exhibitions that we had anticipated.  The paintings are hung along the fences of the streets in the area.  The colours are lovely.  All sorts of art is available here, some are priced in the thousands and some are no more that £20. I enjoy the photography in motion stall and the dynamic … Continue reading Elf goes arty

SundaySurgery

SundaySurgery. Nope, not painful or medical but definitely on a Sunday,  on the last Sunday of each month. This Sunday I was invited along to attend SundaySurgery which is produced by DYSPLA. A collaborative group of creatives attend a viewing of new writing that is workshopped on the same day with professional director and actors, giving the writers the opportunity to see their work stand on its tentative new legs. With only two hours of rehearsal time the directors and actors breathe life into the play and with script in hand, work though a max of 15 pages of the script.  A small audience of industry … Continue reading SundaySurgery