Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by not-bono-ever, Jul 2, 2010.
rocking on the bellend road tonight - a couple of parties on the go. Went to a handful of pubs on a night out during the week- the place is full of pubs and bars now- mostly decent- a big change from the nighttime Rye Lane ghostown of last century
/shows gentrification debate joker card
Yeah,there were a lot of people out last night/early this morning, was there a particularly big thing on last night at Bussey? There were three guys having particular difficulty getting home about 5am, looked like it'd been a good one.
I'm DJing at The Hope on Satuday. Come along if you fancy a booze and a dance!
Saturday 30th July 2016, Don't Give Up at The Hope, Peckham with the Offline Club, with DJs playing Madonna, Queen, Mrs Mills, Duran Duran, ska, d'n'b, electro, indie, punk, rock'n'roll, big band, rockabilly and skiffle
*Peckham threads merged into a mega-Peckham thread
That's a superb poster.
wasnr the last boozer on the rye lane called teh hope?
That I don't know. Antic have got two pubs in Peckham, with the one in Rye Lane having the hipster-luring moniker of John The Unicorn.
The Hope is (apparently) their first self-built pub and it's a really nice space although in need of a bit of promotion (which is probably why they've booked me!).
just googled it - now a paddy power iirc. was the last one on the lane . was terrible
fuckin hell, i ride past the new un every morning and never noticed it was there
Spot on, but huh, I've never noticed that Hope sign above the Paddy Power.
We know. The last pub on Rye lane was called The Hope as well.
sorry ed, after an early start of tapas and hipster craft ales on teh rye lane, i am off home to bed. next time maybes.
ps for what it is worth, john the unicorn has some loverly beers
We had a bunch of proper saaarf Landahn old geeeezahs show up last night at The Hope. We got them dancing in the end
Peckham Is a Paradise | VICE | United Kingdom
The photographer has low standards.
The headline writer didn't look at the article.
Paradise includes a branch of JD Sports
I don't see how a snap of a pissed hipster mate using an adjustable spanner to de ice a manky fridge is paradise
It's an awful article.
chinese domestic airline inflight rag advises that pecks is the place to be now
Sorry to bring the mood down but the inevitable battering ram of gentrification Foxton's is coming to the large double shop opposite the Tesco's on Rye Lane and there is now a branch of Honest Burger's in Blenheim Grove.
Isn't foxtons going in the former furniture shop at the corner of highshore road? Or did that application get canned in the end?
Am going on the Foxton's notice on the outside of the old Workplace or whatever they called those fake private work training centres that is opposite the Tescos.
It gets worse Pop Peckham ....
Oh, good spot. Ugh.
What was Trio on Bellenden Road is going to become 'The Beautiful Pizza Boy', it seems, looks like it's nearly done as I passed today. The hairdresser's next to Refreshment Rooms is just being shopfitted to become a store/bar for Ali Baba juice, which was in a stall over behind the railway arches next to the kebab place.
Get lost in a Mirror Maze in Peckham this week
I would like to have done a review of this exhibit, but a 2 hour queue on a sunday afternoon is not my idea of fun.
I went last week. It was pretty good. I'll post pics later.
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