The CLF Art Café – The Bussey Building
The CLF Art Café (aka The Bussey) occupies 5 floors of Block A of The Bussey Building in Peckham. This 120-year-old multi-level warehouse space hosts events in music, theatre, dance, film and art.
The CLF Art Café is home to Rye Wax, Bussey Rooftop Bar (Roof B), Bussey Beer Garden (Roof D), Yogarise as well as being well known for late night parties like The South London Soul Train. This is a weekly funk and soul night, takes place every Saturday at The Bussey, and it open until 5am! For all music events, take a look here.
Not many know that The CLF café stands for The Chronic Love Foundation. It is a 100% self-funded commercial humanitarian arts and entertainment company. It was set up in 2003 by Mickey Smith, David Malone, and Daige Mahone. It is now solely run by Smith and partner Saija Kamaraianen with the purpose to make global change through the implementation of creative projects in the commercial arts, that simultaneously re-educate and raise funds to target and help eradicate the many solvable world problems. You can read more about The CLF Arts Café here.
Block A, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Ln,SE15 4ST