Your visit

Our second festival will take place daily from Thursday 2nd - Sunday 5th February 2023.

Opening times

Thursday 2nd February:

4pm - 9pm, Eagle Wharf

Friday 3rd February:

11am - 9pm, Eagle Wharf

Saturday 4th February:

11am - 5pm, Eagle Wharf
5.30pm - 10.30pm, Staffordshire St

Sunday 5th February:

11am - 5pm, Eagle Wharf

Find us

There are two festival locations, both in Peckham, South East London.

The main festival is based in Eagle Wharf. Eagle Wharf is open daily and hosts the artwork exhibition and all of our workshops, talks and events, except for Saturday evening.

Eagle Wharf (listed as The Hub on Google Maps) is located at:

42 Bonar Road, SE15 5FB.

The nearest train station is Peckham Rye.

Our evening events on Saturday 4th February are located at Staffordshire St, a new arts venue in Peckham, which is a short walk from our main venue Eagle Wharf.

Staffordshire St will be open from 5pm on Saturday 4th February.

Staffordshire St is located at:

49 Staffordshire Street, London, SE15 5TF.

The nearest train station is Queens Road Peckham, and you can also walk from Peckham Rye Station.

Staffordshire St website

Entry to Eagle Wharf and the artwork exhibition is free and open to visitors at any time during festival hours and does not require a ticket.

Tickets for all events are are free and will be available on Eventbrite once our programme has been announced. We recommend that you get your free ticket in advance to secure your space.

Walk in's are welcome on the day for all events that have not sold out, so please come along even if you don't manage to get a ticket.


Eagle Wharf and Staffordshire Street are both entirely on ground level and there is step free access throughout both venues.

Accessible toilets are available at both venues.

Induction loops are available at Eagle Wharf in the Teaching Lab and the Lecture Theatre.


Free toilets are available to visitors at both venues.

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

Peckham Levels is a local creative hub (and host of our previous festival) 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.

Staffordshire Street has a bar inside the venue.


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.

Antibacterial gel and face masks will be available at the festival. Their use 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.