Located just off the Rye lane is one of South London’s most popular music venues, art café’s and is a hub of creative activity. Nodding to Peckham’s industrial past the venue has once been a roller skating rink, rifle range and going even further back was run by George Bussey who was a pioneer and inventor of his time.

With almost 150 years worth of history, the Building has been transformed into a multi-purpose events space without loosing the original warehouse atmosphere that makes it great for a modern day party. Concrete Music will shake some rubble from the bricks of this unique space with a selection of residents and carefully chosen guests this November.

The venue offers an ideal layout for an intimate party, plus it’s punchy and warm sound will give the ideal atmosphere for a concrete party. Here’s the outside, come in to find out more…