Culture and Peckham are inseparable, they live off each other.

The pride of Peckham Rye. The Bussey Building perfectly captures the area’s creative spirit.

For the spiritual heart of Peckham, look no further than the Bussey Building. A sprawling 120 year old warehouse, what it lacks in architectural appeal is more than compensated by the diversity of attractions it offers. An arts hub in the truest sense, as well as being home to an array of independent maker designers, it offers The CLF Art Café’s stunning programme of music, theatre, film, performance and art. Come the summer months the Bussey Building also hosts the Rooftop Film Club, which offers film lovers the chance to enjoy some great food and drink while taking in the silver screen as the stars sparkle over London’s skyline.

The South London Gallery and Camberwell College of Arts have been nurturing the area’s creative needs for over 100 years.

Helping to create one of London’s most exciting neighbourhoods. SLG’s renowned internationally as a leading contemporary art space. While the College helps to shape the next generation of artists, with an alumni that ranges from Turner Prize winners to acclaimed film directors. Supporting these two stalwarts of Peckham’s art scene are a host of other galleries and creative spaces. The Hannah Barry Gallery, Bold Tendencies and Boss and Baum being just three examples. The beauty of the area is that more galleries will spring up in the most unlikely places - bars, pubs, restaurants. Peckham’s creativity flows through every aspect of the area.

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