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Multi level warehouse venue, hosting numerous leading club nights, live music events, art exhibitions, creative workshops, Theatre Productions, Film Programmes + More in a unique multi level 130 year old warehouse space.
The security staff seems to be comprised of angry young goons with little respect for their patrons or the ritual of partying with friends in a safe and fun environment. I myself along with several others were aggressively manhandled in the queue for jacket collection...More
If you like to be treated like pigs, it's a good place to go. I wouldn't say it's lovely to pay 15£ for the entry for someone to tell me to hurry or to listen them shouting into my ear. I wouldn't even enter, but...More
Tried to go to the bussey building last night with a group for a birthday (none of whom were drunk). Half the group paid £10 to get in. While waiting in the queue, one of our group picked our friend up and over the barrier...More
The South London Soul Train Prince 1 Year Birthday Special 22nd April 2017 had been in my diary for months – This fab venue just 15 minutes walk from my front door is one of my fave clubs in London - Mikey Jazzheadchronic is the...More
Soul Train, the monthly soul night residency here, is amazing. Set over four of the building's floors, there are different spaces and sounds to suit different tastes. The live brass band on the lowest floor was the highlight but each room had something different to...More
I was meant to go to another rooftop bar Frank's cafe opposite but I ended up stumbling here instead - amazing view of London from converted old industrial building, they were also hosting open air cinema on the other side of the rooftop.
So Folks, got myself an early bird ticket to watch 'BEATS, RHYMES & LIFE: THE TRAVELS OF A TRIBE CALLED QUEST'.
Hosted by Music Film Club: one of my favourite Hip-HOp bands - the documentary was ace, the vibe of the audience was cool -...More
I've been finding myself returning to the Bussey building again and again, they do some great dance nights with DnB/soul DJ sets as well as theatre productions. There are several levels to change it up a bit, a rooftop bar, and fairy-light lit large outdoor...More
Went with a friend to a rooftop cinema showing at the Bussey Building and it was a VERY enjoyable evening. Lovely atmosphere (and view) up there on the roof! We got a deckchair for the film and a blanket and they have a bar to...More
I really have no idea what the hype is about this place - the staff were awful, the music was awful, and we had to queue for ages to get in. Don't bother.
We went to the Bussey Building after Bar Story had closed -...More
Response from Jazzheadchronic | Property representative |
Hey Amy, thanks for the message. Always best to arrive between 10pm and 1130pm to be sure of entry without queuing too long. So you know, The South London Soul Train takes place on the 1st, 2nd + 3rd Sat of each month at The... More
Hey Amy, thanks for the message. Always best to arrive between 10pm and 1130pm to be sure of entry without queuing too long. So you know, The South London Soul Train takes place on the 1st, 2nd + 3rd Sat of each month at The CLF Art Cafe [aka Bussey Building] + last Sat of month The South London Soul Train Goes East at Tower Arena Great Yarmouth. See you on the dancefloors fo sho X