Too Many Cooks

A report in todays Mail Online confirms that having too many cooks in the kitchen at once leads tempers to reach boiling point. In a poll, conducted by Wren Kitchens &  Bedrooms, respondents said they were annoyed by men attempting to help but ending  up making a mess, and by people persistently interfering with the preparations for dinner, including… More Too Many Cooks

Looking for Street art

On Saturday a group of Adventurers arrived in Brixton. They were on a quest – the “Street Art Treasure Hunt”  They unravelled the cryptic clues that led them to art work on display in the streets, including murals, tiled art, statutes and sculptures. Their hunting over, they discussed the answers over a drink. Want to take part in… More Looking for Street art

Street Art in Brixton – part two

Street Art can be found in lots of parts of Brixton. Treasure Hunts In London present  Street Art Treasure Hunts in Brixton. Tickets are still available for Saturday 17th August from The hunt involves solving cryptic clues and completing challenges around Brixton as you explore some of the street art found in the area. For additional… More Street Art in Brixton – part two

Street Art in Brixton

In July Brixton hosted the 11th Annual Urban Art Fair in  Josephine Avenue. The event was organised by who arranged for 15 of the UKs top graffiti artists to visit and ran children’s graffiti art workshops with local school children. Art produced on the day included a spray painted tube train, which went on display in Windrush Square shortly afterwards. Photos from… More Street Art in Brixton