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22 February 2024

7 - 9pm

Hosted by Elizabeth Bailey & Ellie Dempsey

Folk Club welcome you to a belated celebration of Imbolc.


Folk Club is a place for the lost, found, and freshly made folklore and customs of the fair isles of Albion: Éire, Cymru, Alba and England. 

Imbolc is a Gaelic tradition, also known as St Brigid's Day. It falls on 1 February, which is about halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.

We will be learning how to bake bread - a soda bread, and Elizabeth's mother's quick prove loaf.

While we wait for the dough to rise, we will make Brigid's Crosses, learn about Imbolc, and set some intentions for the coming Spring.

Doors 7:00pm

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2 March 2024

8 - late

Curated by Kaia Goodenough & Charlie Flynn

Join us for our new monthly DONUT JAM, where London’s finest musicians are invited to perform in the round - in direct conversation with each other. 

During the night we will hear a carefully curated set from some of London’s finest upcoming talent.The second part of the evening will be an open jam giving space for other musicians, artists, wordsmiths and noise creators to join together and create something new, unexpected and beautiful. 


Throughout the night, visual artists will be showcasing work responding to the sounds, creating a space of interdisciplinary experimentation.Whether you are a musician, listener, or somewhere in between, there is a space for you at DONUT JAM, Peckham. 

Doors open 7:30pm

Performances 8:00pm

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Opening: Thursday 7 March 2024


7 March - 17 March 2024

5-8pm Thurs, Fri | 12-6pm Sat, Sun

Staffordshire St presents Faith, Place and Migration, co-curated by Shahed Saleem and Julie Marsh in collaboration with the congregation at the Old Kent Road Mosque.

This multi-media installation will introduce the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of London's oldest Nigerian community, the Old Kent Road Mosque. Through this exhibition, the curators question the nature of a community archive and explore how the narratives of community members are embedded in and told through the architecture of their sacred spaces.

More info here.


21 March 2024

7.30 - 10pm

Curated by Gobjaw Poetry Collective

Join us for Word Club, a night for cross-disciplinary writing, from prose, non-fiction, poetry, academia and more, with space for works in progress and feedback. 

Gobjaw Poetry Collective will be taking the helm, showcasing a range of their finest resident goblins. Gobjaw is centred around different art forms, inclusivity & collaboration.

Doors open 6:30pm

Performances 7:30pm



Staffordshire St Lates | ARCADE

12 April 2024

6.30 - 10.30pm

Curated by Brightmouth Productions

Staffordshire St and Brightmouth invite you to ARCADE as part of our Lates series. 

ARCADE is a new night for emerging theatre makers to showcase 20 minutes of bold and innovative new work. Centred around the idea of play, ARCADE provides an opportunity for artists to try out new work in front of a live audience, offering a platform for them to go on and develop these works in the future.

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Opening: Thursday 18 April 2024


18 April - 5 May 2024

5-8pm Thurs, Fri | 12-6pm Sat, Sun

Staffordshire St presents Stove by a Whale, a collaboration between Steven He and Seongeun Lee, curated by Jiayue He.


A space where tides change, and the ground isn’t firm.

Together, they draw inspiration from their different journeys. Steven’s utopian fictions are envisioned through the making of objects whilst Seongeun translates the harsh realities of life into the language of dreams. Jiayue brings these two together to explore the notion of contemporary archives, questioning how individuals connect to their roots and claim their identities. 

More info here.


Opening: Thursday 30 May 2024


30 May - 16 June 2024

5-8pm Thurs, Fri | 12-6pm Sat, Sun

Staffordshire St Paint Talk present A Painting Show. Taking inspiration from the work of Francisco Goya (1746 - 1842), 26 painters will exhibit an entire spectrum of work.


A Painting Show seeks to reflect and embody the endless possibilities of paint. 

Exhibiting artists: Karolina Albricht, Ned Armstrong, Klaas Op De Beeck, Veronica Bez, Sophie Birch, Max Boyla, Luke Burton, Ethan Caflisch, Noemi Conan, Ruby Dickson, Grant Foster, Jake Freeman, Alex Gibbs, Gommaar Gilliams, Alex Gilmour, Lily Hargreaves, Sophie Lourdes Knight, Joachim Lambrecht, Holly Mills, Andras Nagy-Sandor, India Nielsen, Paige Perkins, Francisca Pinto, Heidi Ukkonen, Ryan Winnen, Fen De Winter.

More info here.


Opening: Thursday 25 July 2024


25 July - 11 August 2024

5-8pm Thurs, Fri | 12-6pm Sat, Sun

Staffordshire St invite you to return to the water park with Pipe Dreams, a collaborative project conjured by Jimi and Madeleine Famurewa.

Prepare to be transported to the half-remembered fantasia of a London orbital waterpark in the mid-1990s. Pipe Dreams will combine soundscapes,

large-scale drawings and an installation.

This exhibition will be the centrepiece of our annual Festival of Community. Exploring notions of community, place and belonging, Staffordshire St will become a locus for playful creativity and celebratory knowledge sharing. 

More info here.

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