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TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

A little update from us regarding the Covid-19 situation - We will be following current government and music industry guidelines and closing for An Indefinite Period Of Time / Until the Virus spread is contained. We ask that you follow the government's advice and stay at home where possible + look after your own hygiene. Wash those hands (often), keep your social distance, You know the drill!

 

Let's do the right thing, beat this pandemic and we'll be back partying again soonest.

Watch this space for some exciting information, coming soon.

Stay well + take care. We shall overcome!

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BLOCK A, BUSSEY BUILDING, 133 RYE LANE, SE15 4ST

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OPEN: TUE/WED: 5PM - 11PM / THU: 5PM - 2.30AM / FRI: 5PM - 5AM  / SAT: 12PM - 5AM /SUN: 12PM - 11PM/CLOSED MON

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If you're wondering what happens at the CLF Art Cafe when all the revellers go home and the sun comes up...

We have four floors available for hire 7 days a week. Music, theatre, exhibitions, filming, photo shoots, conferences, markets. We do it all. 

 

If you are interested in using the spaces for anything, drop an email to info@clfartcafe.org, and we'll get back to you just as soon as we can.

BLOCK A

BUSSEY BUILDING

133 RYE LANE

LONDON

SE15 4ST

TEL 020 7732 5275

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

We are  less than 1 minute's walk from Peckham Rye station. Buses 12, 37, 63, 78, 197, 343, and 363 stop 200ft from the entrance.

YOU'RE WELCOME!

21ST CENTURY CHURCH OF THE CHILL

Block A, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST

020 7732 5275 info@clfartcafe.org

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Sat Mar 21 - Dom Servini

Dom has been filling dance floors since the early 1990s with his beautifully blended, open minded mix of music steeped in soul, jazz and funk. From the early days of his Brighton residency with DJ Snowboy, his infamous late 90s Mouseorgan club events, to a decade and a half DJing under the Wah Wah 45s banner, Dom has become something of a clubbing institution. Jazz And Everything Also a successful radio DJ and music journalist, Dom’s sets are best extended and forward thinking, taking in ....

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