What’s On in Brixton: 19 – 25 September

    Your handy guide to what’s happening in Brixton

    spacejameMON 19 @ WINDMILL
    Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves along with The Run Up, Mixtape Saints and Devereux are at Windmill Brixton for a Monday night punk special. £7. From 8pm.

    Space Jam will be screened at the Pop Fields Outdoor Cinema, which is showing the world’s favourite sporting hits on South London’s biggest outdoor screen. £2. Doors open at 5pm for games, grass lazing & music before the film starts at 7pm.

    As part of the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Art for Young people, over five weeks, examine different ways of mapping . Explore sketching and surveying, memory maps and photomaps. 11 to 14 year olds can enjoy sessions in the grounds, Gallery and studio using a variety of materials, with artist Kim Jacobson. £75. Thursdays from 22 September to 20 October, 4.30pm to 6pm.

    FRI 23 @ RITZY
    Upstairs at The Ritzy will be hosting another Alan Partridge disco, after the sold out success of the last one. As well as the disco, there will be a choir singing some of Alan’s favourite songs and also a Partridge Quiz. £6. 8pm to 1:30am.

    Milkshake clubbing brings its all-nighter concept to Electric with The Freshers all nighter featuring Ms Dynamite and So Solid Crew. £7 to £17. 10pm to 5am.

    SAT 24 @ ARCH 504
    The Revolutionary Communist Group is showing Soy Cuba (I am Cuba, 1964)in a fundraiser followed by a social at this Loughborough Junction venue. With a script by Yevtushenko, the Soviet film’s choreographed camera set-ups are said to be without parallel in film history. Suggested donation £5. From 7pm.

    Hear Dakar 2 London, an album of contemporary and traditional West African percussion composed by Khalifa Conte and produced by Everyone’s Climbing Tree. Eight tracks recorded in Dakar, Senegal and two with teenage drummers excluded from mainstream education in North London. Free. 9pm to 12pm.