Upstairs at the Ritzy is a newly refurbished cultural hub in Brixton, offering music, comedy, performance, and the best Caribbean cocktails this side of Jamaica. Free during the week and a few pounds at the weekend, 'Upstairs' is the place to take in some reggae, jazz, beats or laughs while relaxing on the couches or on Brixton's best balcony.
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Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London, SW2 1JG
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Upstairs at the Ritzy
Coldharbour LaneBrixtonLondonSW2 1JG
- +44 (0)20 7326 2615
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- Brixton Railway Station
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A really brilliant space above the Ritzy, much improved by a recent refurbishment, with two floors, a stage, a balcony overlooking windrush square, a bar and lots of brilliant and very Brixtonian live events. Well worth looking up their section on the Ritzy site and planning an evening here!more
Compact and bijou and close enough to the musicians to see your reflection in the frets.
I was lucky enough to be guided here by someone who has great taste in music otherwise I would never have found it in a month of Sundays (or any day of the week really).
We were entertained by Adam Beattie & The Consultants and their guest for the evening was a lass called Josie who took...more
It's a funny thing to imagine, that a cinema would also have a mezzanine area "upstairs" that is used as a live music venue. However, some how it works.
My somewhat educated assumption is that screens 1-5 are tucked safely away on the ground and lower ground floors so not to disturb the films, but saying that, films are played so loud these days that I can't hear myself think. Or perhaps...more
So you think you know about film? Hah. I can prove that you don't. Pop along to Upstairs at the Ritzy on the last Tuesday of every month and have a go at their quiz, You're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat. I work in the sodding industry and every month you'll find me banging my head on the table and wailing with frustration at my cinematic ignorance, wondering if I should have followed my dad's...more