Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by not-bono-ever, Jul 2, 2010.
Top tips. Will road test some this weekend
Peckham in the news
Homophobic assailant banged up for truly sickening attack
I liked Voodoo Rays pizza place. Rye Wax was also a decent little basement club. Good times in the rye
Starting tomorrow in the church hall across the road from Bar Story. It will be the only juggling club south of the river:
Taking it to whole new levels of fun packed hipster irony.
This looks good. Got a lot of time for Sean O’Hagan.
Great line-up for Peckham’s Copleston Centre fundraiser, Sat 10th Feb
Meet 50-year old Banaras Hussain of West Green Road, Tottenham, N15, a former Director of Shaba Hair & Cosmetics (Peckham) Limited ...
You can learn about people like him here ...
and you can read about him here ...
Banaras Hussain: Toxic skin lightening cream seller sentenced
This shop sells poisons to Africans.
this was an interesting night. i had the ethiopian food and bought a DH scarf as the victims on the DHFC stall seemed so very lonely
The Beating Heart of London’s Most Dynamic Art Scene
the NY times no less. better than the Dragon Air inflight magazine article on cool Peckham I found on a shanghai- HK flight last year
nod to poverty
nod to local vibrancy
It's like a machine that churns out this shit.
I found this pencil drawing in my late mums stuff of Peckham Rye Tabernacle, looks like it's dated 13/5/58. I don't think it's her work as that's not her signature.
i cant place that anywhere...anyone know where it is/was?
Sorry, thought I added the current street view. I think it was here
Hmm. So wrong, and yet, so wrong. Southwark Council urged to rethink ‘monolithic’ office design
pic from the east dulwich forum. keep an eye out for the scum who are posting up this shit and report/ deliver summary justice ( only kidding officer)
though they seem to be having teething troubles with their emerging army of the enlightened
festival on BH Monday on the rye
Line Up - Jam On Rye - KERB - The Best of London Street Food
seems a bit low fi - all the usual SE15 arriviste suspects will be there - may pop along or see what I can do without paying to actually get in. Franks is open as well now, so may have a day there for some afternoon imbibing. see you there Urbs
Here's the main attractions with a load of 'street food' in tow.
£33 to get in.
Jam On Rye festival in Peckham – 3 stages of reggae, afrobeat and jazz, plus street food, Mon 28th May
Not around but would have liked to see Horace Andy live...
the food aspect is kinda meh- I can do that on the rye lane all day long - the kids still opt for this place anyway:
Lamb Kebab Wrap at Asian Takeaway, Peckham
the music and atmos could be decent though - rain forecast
He's still very good, he still has his voice and plenty of energy!
It's a bit pricey but the reggae artists they have lined up for one event is decent.
saw him last month...completely blew me away...was expecting 'sleepy' - he came out in a tight red suit, almost like MJs Thriller number and rocked hard. Really great live, pure energy, better than any of his recordings IMO. And he's no spring lamb but it didnt seem to make any difference
I've just been invited to this showcase for female talent:
i've just been invited to this showcase of female talent:
Great vibes at the festival but it's pricey. £5 for a tiny can, FFS.
The food and drink stalls are running out of everything already.
Pics and review from the festival:
In Photos: Jam on Rye Festival, Peckham – sunshine, chilled vibes, sweet reggae and pricey beer, Mon 28th May 2018
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