Effra pub and Kellett Road on the telly

You may have noticed that temporary parking restrictions were in place in Kellett Road near the Effra pub this week for filming. An intrepid Effrablog reporter set off to find out more (ie we asked a man in a high vis vest) and discovered that it was to film a scene in a forthcoming 1970s-retro TV cop series with working title “The life of crime”. Apparently its mainly set in Ireland. You heard it here first.

This is a picture of the lights being set up outside Effra pub

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Brixton Youth Theatre announces Friday sessions until Easter.

Local young people have a great opportunity to work with professional actors and directors at the Brixton Youth Theatre at the Brixton Community Base on Talma Road.

Project leaders are professional actor/directors David Baker & Max Gold (credits include: National Theatre, RSC, ‘Eastenders”) David is also Associate Theatre at the Lyric theatre, Hammersmith where he was co-founder of the Lyric Young Company.

The sessions start again after half term on 24th Feburary and run until Easter. Friday Evenings from 6-7.30 for 13-15 year olds & 7.30-9.00 for 16-19 year olds.

Students will also have the chance to quality Trinity Bronze and Silver Awards. For more information, visit www.brixtonyouththeatre.com