Not sure if this is the same venue i go to, but events average at round £5 per and that includes shows with MJ Cole, Adamski, Kode 9 + more. Events hosted by Bestival, The Jungle Brothers, Adamski were all charged at £10 [Less in advance]. Events Like The South London Soul Train, The Funk Soul & Rare Groove Review, Disco Inferno, Manga Tuesdays, U Tube karaoke + More are all Free Entry.
The Opus sound systems on each level are warm and the atmosphere always good + the security about the friendliest i’ve met. Furthermore The Arts project isn’t run by Peckham Business Park, but The CLF [Chronic Love Foundation] which is a non profit organisation who alongside Peckham Vision helped save the building from demolition by TFL for the building of a Tram Depot the size of four football fields and helped stopped the destruction of the Town centre. Hence i would like to clarify taht this is a community driven project.
As am one of the co-founders of The CLF who has watched the space evolve from a collection of storage spaces and churches into an ever evolving centre of the arts and having watched and been involved with literally hundreds of events at the space with amazing acts like Caribou, Omar-S, Mark De Clive Lowe, Wunmi, Omar Sosa, Wedding Present, Secret Sundaze, Krank Brothers and plays with the likes of Panta Rei, Jackdaw and The Royal Court Theatre [who have kitted out the 3/F as a fully functioning Theatre] i kinda take offense to your inaccurate and all together mystifying description of the space.
Anyone who truly knows the space gets the deal + if you’re looking for info on whats really going down, pls visit the Bussey Building AKA CLF Art Cafe website at http://www.clfartcafe.org/Site/HOME.html Now Open daily from 5pm – Late. [Closed Sundays]