Created out of upcycled shipping containers, Pop Brixton is the new urban space opening 29th May. These aren’t just any shipping containers – the space has been designed by Carl Turner Architects and will support and host local independent start-ups from food and drink, to art and fashion.

‘Yet another foodie popup’ you say? Brixton is already home to the Village and with many other foodie sites opening in neighbouring areas in the South, Pop Brixton can only build on these exciting developments.

Food fans can welcome in BBQ ribs from Miss P’s BBQ, authentic Ghanaian food from Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen in their first permanent residency, a fusion of Indian and British food from Baba G’s, Japanese noodles from Koi Ramen Bar, pintxos from Donostia Social Club, and sip from the Japanese tea house Kyonocha. If your sweet tooth needs indulging there’s also ice cream made on a frozen plate from Yumitub. Yes, we want to know what that is too! 

Here’s the other traders visitors can expect to indulge in:

Mexican – Maria Sabina; stone baked pizza – Made of Dough; Vietnamese from Vietbox; pub style food – World of Wurst; Caribbean – Mama’s Jerk; Indian style tapas – Kricket and Fish and Chips – Hook Brixton.

Baba G Burgers

Baba G’s Bhangra Burgers, the team!

Pop Brixton will also be home to initiatives that will drive skill sharing and community relationships between tenants and local residents through a training space. The Pop Farm is a garden and greenhouse area, whilst visitors can engage in local artist exhibitions, workshops, TEDx talks, gigs and cinema screenings in Pop Brixton’s 200 capacity event space.

We think this is one to watch!

Pop Brixton will open this weekend over the 29th, 30th and 31st May with FREE art, music, spoken word and community projects scheduled, including a Pop Drawing workshop on Sunday.

Visit www.popbrixton.org for more information. We’ll keep you posted with pictures of the venue!

53 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ | Opening Weekend: 29th: 5pm-midnight, 30th: 9am-midnight, 31st: 9am-11pm

 

 

 

 

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