Events taking place at Brixton East, 100 Barrington Road, London SW9 7JF
THURSDAY OCTOBER 13th – OPENING NIGHT
Launch of Bad Behaviour Open 2016 at Brixton East (6pm-11pm)
With music from DJ JOHN and DOC
Everybody will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite artwork at the opening night, and for the duration of the show, October 13th-19th.
There will be a box to place your voting slips, so please don’t forget to vote.
The viewers vote winner will be announced at the artist talks on Wednesday together with the winner of the judges vote. The results will also be posted on our social media pages.
Judges award – The winner will receive £250 from sponsors Elemental Design.
Also a solo show with Bad Behaviour in 2017.
Viewers award – The winner will receive £100 wine voucher from sponsors Vino Beano (to spend on any VB wine or event).
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15th – MUSIC & POETRY
Tickets for this event are £5
Late night at Brixton East (7.30-11 pm) with performances from Beadyman and Syron
Beadyman first performed at the Queens Head, Brixton in November 2011 and since then has regularly performed on the open mic circuit. In this time he has been part of many and varied fundraisers such as for mental health charity MIND, The teenage cancer trust and The South London People’s Assembly.
He has become recognised as a protest poet yet there is far more to his repertoire, performing as far afield as Broomhall Castle in Stirling, Scotland and The Whiteladies Art Centre on the banks of the River Liffey in Dublin. His powerful words and faultless delivery have seen him perform at the Greenfields Forum at the Glastonbury festival and opening for the band Alabama 3 on the last leg of their UK -wide tour at the Forum in Kentish Town in 2013.
Syron (Daisy Tallulah) now making music under her middle name, and new stage name Tallulah, has come a long way in the past four years since working in the music industry. Her career began at 19 in the dance world, writing and lending her vocals to the likes of Tensnake, Redlight and Rudimental. Tallulah’s career quickly began to evolve as a pop writer after a track she had written came out on Korean girl band fx’s latest album ‘Four Walls’.
The album topped the American billboard world charts. While she is still writing for other people she is now focusing on her latest solo project. Tallulah is telling her stories by mixing the soul sounds she grew up listening to, with the pop hooks she’s become known for writing.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19th – ARTIST TALKS
BYO and talk with the Bad Behaviour Artists at Brixton East (7-11pm)
Once again we are inviting our visitors to come to our very successful and entertaining event to meet our exhibiting artists. This an informal talk between visitors and artists around some of the works. There will be no bar so please feel free to bring your own drinks. Always fun and quite often enlightening for all who attend, well worth a visit.