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Opening: Thursday 28 September 

29 September - 1 October  2023

Curated by Isabel Muñoz-Newsome.

Staffordshire St presents a four day exhibition and program of events from queer artists, musicians and performers: Adam Christensen, Tom Hardwick-Allan, Tim Spooner, Eloise Fornieles, 

Fiontan Moran and Isabel Muñoz-Newsome.

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Each exhibiting artist presents new live work.

Saturday 30 September 7pm-10pm

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Readings from artists and special guests

Sunday 1 October 3-4pm

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Opening: Thursday 5 October 

6  - 22 October  2023

Hazel Brill, Kara Chin, Lewis Davidson

Staffordshire St presents a group exhibition by Lewis Davidson, Hazel Brill and Kara Chin. They are brought together by a shared drive to work with the mundane and nostalgic icons of material culture, both from the everyday and from the fictional worlds of disaster and horror films. Likening their processes to den-building, the artists playfully hobble together and break apart well-known subjects to create their own spaces of solace, to hold tight against the wailing moon and its sea of mass-produced objects.

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Pin The Tail on a Frankenstein

Join Lewis, Kara and Hazel for a workshop exploring imagination through the exquisite corpse. Age 8-12

Sunday 22 October 10am-12pm

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Film Night

Join Lewis, Kara and Hazel for a deep dive into how horror films are made. 

Wednesday 18 October 7-9pm

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Opening: Friday 27 October

28  - 29 October  2023

curated by Mariana Lemos

Staffordshire St presents ‘DIG IN’ a collaborative project that celebrates food growing and eating by artists Maisie Maris, Laura Mallows and curator Mariana Lemos.


The culinary installation looks at ancient knowledge, folk tales and indigenous food growing methods, the duo exhibition sets the table for a dinner celebrating the harvest. 

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Dig In Dinner

Supperclub by Woodmansterne School Kitchen

Saturday 28 October 7-11pm

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Saturday 18 November 2023

6 - 10pm

presented by Brightmouth Productions

Staffordshire St and Brightmouth presents 


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.

Curated and hosted by Brightmouth, a collaboration between artists and producers Theo Moore and Nathan Charles, ARCADE is a night for exciting, emerging artists to test out a new script, a new idea, a new approach; to start something and see where it goes.

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Opening: Thursday 9 November

10 – 12 November 2023

Kirsty Badenoch with Tom Jeffreys

A joint exhibition and book launch exploring the multi-species languages of forests through walking, writing and drawing. Badenoch and Jeffreys spent time living and working across two sites of remnant ancient woodland in Scotland earlier this year. Through careful attention to shifting management strategies and lines of ownership, exclusion and extraction, their work explores how power (mis)shapes relationships between people and the land. The exhibition showcases new work across large-scale drawing, paper-based sculptural installation, photography, text, sound, and launches a new collaboratively produced artist book.

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Opening: Wednesday 6 December

7  –  11 December 2023  

curated by Louis Chapple. 

For its third edition, multidisciplinary design lab SONS OF CRAFT and Deptford-based project space studio/chapple collaborate once again for the ACall Arts Festival: A week-long exhibition and series of events that celebrates the intersection between art, music, fashion and design. 


This year, the theme builds on a mythology - or ‘techno-mythology’ - that centres around technology’s resulting impact on consumerism and the commodification of the human existence. Playing on classical mythology, ideas of the underworld - both literally and metaphorically - will form a setting in which notions of desire and greed, industrial downfall, and technological decay will be enacted out within the crevice between myth and reality.

More information coming soon.

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