A hidden gem in the neighbourhood. This museum was once a Voctorian workhouse that housed Charlie Chaplin.
Secret museum in South London - not many people know of it and it is really incredible.
Check what's at the small and quirky Cinema Museum. Sometimes good screenings
Wonderful small cultural center showing classic films with live musical accompaniment.
“A new gym and swimming pool across the road behind Pret A Manger, they have casual session prices for both the gym, pool and activities (yoga and pilates).”
“The Pullens is home to artists, potters, photographers, clothing designers, furniture designers, jewellers, graphic and digital designers, art dealers, publishers, writers and architects. This creative community is based in unique 1890s workshops set around distinctive cobbled yards in London SE17. Pullens Yards celebrates Open Studios twice a year: in June and the first weekend in December. It's a great place to find one-of-a-kind gifts and to celebrate South London's creative arts. You'll find Pullens Yards between Kennington Park Road and Walworth Road, SE17. ”
“The pub has a relatively modest front, but it's huge inside and has a garden in the back. It's been recently renovated and has great food and drinks. Is also has a small theatre if you like to check out a show”
“Small Funded Theatre - Encouraging inspiring actors / actresses and enabling them to perform plays locally - Check website for dates and times of any upcoming shows or performances ”