Events and Activities

Opening Night: Doodle to the Max!
2nd June 4pm-9pm, free, Coulgate Street by Brockley Station, subject to weather 
Kent-based street artist Sam Cox (aka The Doodle Man) brings his Obsessive Compulsive Doodling to the opening night of Brockley Max and Brockley Street Art Festival, live-doodling all the action as it happens. Walls, floors, furniture -he can doodle anything and everything, so come down and watch him doodle his thing!

Colour in the Cafe
2nd June to 10th June, freePistachios in the Park, Hilly Fields, weekdays 8.30am-6pm, weekends 9am-6pm and other local cafes
Calling all budding street artists: we want your take on the work of this year’s resident artists, using our free colouring sheets as inspiration.

Self-Guided Family Trail
2nd June to 10th June, free
Download or pick up from Crofton Park Library and a selection of local cafes during the festival week
Grab your free copy of our self-guided Family Trail, and take an interactive tour of some of Brockley’s most interesting and intriguing murals.

Self Guided Street Art Trails
2nd June to 10th June, free
Download one of our self guided walking trails and head off to enjoy spectacular murals from festivals past and present. A great chance to explore Brockley’s abundance of local cafes, shops and open space.

Merging Inks Live Art Jam
3rd June 2017 7.30pm-9.30pm, free (recommended donation £3) The Honor Oak Pub, SE23 1RH
A firm favourite amongst Brockley Max and Brockley Street Art Festival alike, artist Roxanne Williams leads a team of independent artists to rapidly generate ideas, whilst merging the styles of other creatives, all to the backdrop of a live DJ set. There’s also a selection of non-canvas art work for sale. Visit or email for participation queries.

Best of Brockley Guided Street Art Tour (kindly supported by Brockley Brewery)
3rd June and 10th June, 11am & 3pm, approx 1hr, free (recommended donation £3), subject to weather, advanced booking recommended, restrictions apply.
Guided by a member of our festival team, this tour starts at Brockley Station and takes in some of our most iconic murals, sharing the stories of the work and learning more about the artists. There’s even an opportunity to catch artists live at work before finishing at the brewery.

Best of Brockley Family Street Art Tour
4th June, 2pm and 10th June, 10am, Approx 45 mins, free (recommended donation £3), subject to weather, all children must be accompanied by an adult, advanced booking recommended
Take a tour of some of Brockley’s most popular murals with museum, gallery & arts educator Neysela da Silva-Reed.

Film screening: Bomb It
5th June, start time 8pm, Tickets £6, The Courtroom Cinema, London SE13 7UW
Advance booking recommended via 

Filmed on five continents featuring old-school legends as well as today’s most prolific writers, Bomb It traces the roots of graffiti from prehistoric cave painting through to its explosion on the streets of New York City in the 70s and 80s. Don’t miss your chance to experience this seminal documentary in a unique and atmospheric setting.

Street Art in the Park
10th June, 2pm, freeHilly Fields, adjacent to the tennis courts, subject to weather
Watch Brockley locals Chantel and James (Pangea Arts) live at work, as they bring their trademark patterns to Brockley Max’s spectacular family art event.

Talk: Supernova in our Hearts
10th June, 11am, 11.20am and 11.40am, free, 35/39 Kneller Road, SE4 2AR
Meet the team and listen to the story behind our 2015 mural Supernova in our Hearts commissioned by STEAM:ED Collective. With special thanks to Dr Bahijja Raimi-Abraham, founder of STEAM:ED Collective and Lecturer at King’s College London, Dr Steve Fossey, supernova discoverer and astronomer at University College London and Patricio Forrester, artist, creative director and founder of Artmongers.