Monday, April 10, 2017

Top 5 things to do in Brixton

Brixton isn’t like what it use to be, you’d be surprised to know there is a lot of fun and exciting things to do in this part of South London.

Here’s a guide to some of the most enjoyable things to do in Brixton...

Watch a film

Brixton’s is home to one of the most famous landmarks - yes, that’s right it’s The Ritzy! A fantastic local cinema for residents, with the main screen usually showing the latest blockbusters while other screens show foreign language, low budget or the newest art movies; there’s even children’s cinema in the holidays. If you’re feeling a little peckish you can make your way upstairs to the cute cosy cafe-bar for a taste of live music and test your skills through the film quiz - This is perfect for everyone.

Tea in Brockwell Park

Why not spend your afternoon taking a nice walk through this massive park, in the heart of Brixton. You can than enjoy a well earned cup of tea and a cake to go with it at the back-to-basics cafe at the top of the hill. This is a great place to spend it with your loved ones, if you don’t feel like splashing the cash.

Art Gallery

If you’re into fine art, then a visit to Brixton’s Art Gallery is perfect for you. Brixton is now a landmark for urban arts and culture. This spectacular gallery engage with the local community through their artists and poets in schools programme, through Brixtongue, which is their performance poetry night, and through their gallery programme of events and seminars. Bring yourself and a friend to brush up on your arty skills (pardon the pun).

Midweek Jazz

Boogie on down to Listen to some great jazz music for FREE in the small and friendly Effra Hall Tavern Rd, SW2. If you fancy having a relaxing evening, while sipping on a beverage listening to some classical Jazz music, then this is ideal for you! It’s the perfect place to escape from the Misses, (or the Mr)! 


Brixton is well known for having several markets in town. One of the most common is the Brixton Station Road Market, where you can find many second hand clothes. If you’re after some food than be sure to stock up on glorious fresh bread, olives and mozzarella from the different stalls at the market.

As you can see, there are so many fun-filled things to do in Brixton. Why not consider moving to this area? If you are looking for a property for sale in Brixton, get in touch with a local estate agent.