Festival Information

Our third festival of creative computing will take place daily from Thursday 18th July to Sunday 21st July, 2024.

Opening Times

Thursday 18th July
16:00 - 21:00 @The Hub

Friday 19th July
11:00 - 21:00 @The Hub

Saturday 20th July
10:00 - 17:00 @The Hub
10.30 - 22:30 @Staffordshire Street
14.30 - 17:00 @SET Social

Sunday 21st July
10:00 - 17:00 @The Hub

Find Us

Our venues are:

The Hub
42 Bonar Road, SE15 5FB

Staffordshire Street
49 Staffordshire Street, SE15 5TF

SET Social
55 Nigel Road, SE15 4NP

The Hub is our main venue, which is open daily and hosts our artwork exhibition and most of our workshops, talks and events.

Staffordshire Street hosts our music programme.

SET Social hosts one of our workshops on Saturday 20th July.

The nearest train station for our venues is Peckham Rye.

For more information about our venues, including transport, see our location page


The Hub and Staffordshire Street are ground floor venues with step free access and are wheelchair accessible.

Both venues have accessible toilets available on the ground floor.

SET Social, which hosts one of our workshops on Saturday 20th July (Meme-tivism for Feminist Data Literacy), does not have step free access or accessible toilets.

See our Accessibility page for more info, including transport, drop off points, noise and distance between venues.


Free toilets are available to visitors at our venues throughout the festival opening times.

Food and Drink

The Hub does not have food or drink facilities, but there are many options available within a short walk of the venue.

Staffordshire Street has a bar inside the venue, which serves cold and hot drinks and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

For food and drink in the area, Peckham Levels is a local creative hub (and host of our first festival in 2021) and has an extensive range of food and drink vendors, including street food, bars, coffee shops and multiple seating areas.

They can be found very near Peckham Rye station. See the Peckham Levels website for more info.


The festival is being held in line with the latest government guidance on Covid-19.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, or have been in contact with someone who has, please follow the NHS guidelines before attending, for the safety of yourself and others.

The use of face masks is not compulsory at the festival or within any of the festival venues.

We ask that all attendees respect the needs of others in the festival spaces to ensure that the festival is a welcoming environment for all.