A Warehouse Festival in Central Peckham crammed with cultural content:

MUSIC – TALKS – FILMS – STALL FAIR – ART EXHIBITION – COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS – SENSORY RAVE ROOM – LARGE COMMUNAL INSTALLATION – PANELS + Q & A – PERFORMANCE – WEBSITE + PUBLICATION LAUNCH – THEATRE – LECTURE SERIES

A huge range of cultural and community content running 12 hours on the 29 MARCH, a DAY/NIGHT SPECTACULAR organized by the Grassroots C.I.C Multi-disciplinary Network and think-tank/content platform ‘Themselves’

4.30PM to LATE. THE LATER YOU ARRIVE, THE MORE YOU MISS.

UNIT 8 WAREHOUSE, Copeland Park, 133 Copeland Rd, London SE15 3SN, part of the Bussey Building and Copeland Park Complex in central Peckham

MUSIC from:
HMLTD, GFOTY, Secret TBA Headliner, Dwyer, Show boy, Themselves House Band’s Abstract Art Opera, DJ FINGERBLAST, Legss, 3xplod3d gard3n, Jean Penne, Alex Bayly, Blue Bendy, Swarmm, The Queen’s Head, Opus Kink, Guildhall Military Orchestra, Endless Digital Birthdays, Ben Bazin and the Catwalk Models, Alex Etchart, Martin Eito, VRBL Records showcase, I, Idol, Baben Shin, ISA, Rehman, Paupaoul
+ SURPRISE ACTS

Fully scheduled outside talks stage and Stall Fair featuring Panels, Q & A’s, Lectures, Presentations and Workshops from:
Hamja Ashan, Pecan Peckham, Liberate the Debate with Ria Lina, Battle of Ideas, Speaker’s Trust, UoL Academics, Dr Louise Owusu-Kwarteng Greenwich Academic Panel on “Education and it’s ethnic connotations”, Pecan Woman’s group, Detainee Support, MLMS, New Internationalist, Global Music Exchange, GoldLabour on Student Finance, Boy’s Don’t Cry, Fabian Culture Network & Adam Allnut, Ecologist Thomas Haynes, Sakina Sheikh, Jovan Nepaul Lewisham BME Caucus, Ed Wardly (Civil Service and MOPAC advisor), The Gemini Project, SpaceHoney, Southwark GOV, Mass Press, PASTE, Democratise! and Rent Action, Leke Osu (CNN & Financial Times Rep), Storm Poorun (founder of Olan Trust), + Much More TBA

Tarzan’s Rave House running all night:
Intense Sensory Rave Room featuring a dizzying cocktail of dazzling visuals and Donk, Algorave, Happy Hardcore, Jungle, Techno and Ambient sets from a plethora of D.Js and artists.
Line up:
Baby Kano
LOUIS
Wet Paint takeover
Impactik Soundsystem Takeover:
Nunnchuck b2b Zoinks b2b El Medico
Hope Signal

Performance Podium featuring full Itinerary of Performance Art and theatrical pieces running for the whole event.

Large-scale assemblage installation created by Themselves; an ambitious build designed to create a communal, navigable and habitable space for conversation and engagement built in the heart of the warehouse space

Film Screenings and isolated film room: Salvi De Sena, Jemima, Dempsey, Louis Scantlebury, Tarzan Kingofthejungle, Hermione Shaw, Mimi Whiteway, Sara Sarshar, Lucia Coppola, Rosa Brentall, Louis James, Tom Gullam, Noah Dunbar, Francis Carmody, Bobby Sanderson, Sam Binymin, Amanda Jung, Furqan, Callum Martin
Sorcha Noble, Chris Jonathan

Isolated therapeutic space for the introverted and neurodivergent

Art exhibition featuring art from Bobby Sanderson, Mimi Whiteway, Lily Heaume, Cosmo Wellings, Lilith Newson, Tarzan Kingofthejungle, Tiger Miles Nicholson, Furquan Ali-shah, David Serna, James Bastion, Hermione Shaw, Francis Carmody, Phoebe Manley, Iolo Walker, Robert Hall, Zethu Maseko, Sara Sashar, Chilli Coles Power, Enzo Randolfi, Marcus Scott, Lucia Coppola, Alex Warner, Hannah Tomlinson-Rowe, George Brown, Nina Hamley, Tom Counihan, Louis James, Bobae Jeon, Obie Parry Laidlel, Alex Warner, Rick Sliwinski, Fleming Mason + many more TBA

Full cheap Bar run in collaboration with Themselves and Deptford Cinema

£3 SUPER SUPER EARLY BIRD TICKETS
£4 SUPER EARLY BIRD TICKETS
£5 EARLY BIRD TICKETS
£6 STANDARD PRICE TICKETS
OTD £8 before 7.30PM / £10 (For concessions, please e-mail info@themselvesonline.com)

Bring yourselves down to this Themselves adventure in Peckham on 29th March at 4.00pm until late. Button up your shirt and tuck in your socks for our plateau of festivities, music, discussions, films, performance, opera, experimental experience, pop-up choir, Tarzan’s rave room, art exhibition, , publication release, website launch and MORE MORE MORE.

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Over the following Weekend the space will feature the open public exhibition, a long-durational performance installation, cinema screenings with Deptford Cinema, work-shops from collaborating groups, lectures, theatrical and musical evenings as well as an open space for which any can feel comfortable to join us in for conversation.

It’s going to a major one, please be there and join us!

Sponsored by Goldsmiths AFF

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