Space for hire
We have two distinct spaces available for hire.
Our cafe space is available for hire out-of-hours (click here for cafe opening times), and is a well-lit open plan space which can comfortably host up to 40 people for community or business meetings, parties, workshops, supper clubs etc. Hot drinks and food can also be provided on an individual payment or inclusive basis. Capacity without seating and tables of up to 70 (up to 120 when combined with basement hire).
Supper clubs: we have space for up to 30 covers at one time in the cafe area, and potentially more downstairs. We have a prep area that does not have an oven but can supply hot plates, grills, food processer, microwave, and plates/cutlery/glasses etc. Friday and Saturday evenings are available.
Rates start at £30 (local community discount available)
Our basement is a fully lit, whitecube space that can be rented during the day as well as out-of-hours. We regularly host actors and theatre groups looking for rehearsal space, as well as artist shows, meetings, photography shoots, maker workshops, gigs, life drawing sessions and away days. Space dimensions 8m x 5.5m (44sqm).
Rates start at £15/hour. Full day/week rates are also available.
How to book: contact spacehire (at) brixtonpound (dot) org, or drop into our cafe during opening hours for a chat with Lucy.
- Free WiFi
- Tables/chairs/projector/low lighting/flipchart paper/screen
- Kitchen, fridge & freezer space
- 5 mins from Brixton Station with 24/7 tube and excellent bus and rail connections
- In the heart of one of London’s most exciting, interesting and creative communities
About the Brixton Pound
Established in 2009, the Brixton Pound launches and runs creative, participatory projects that reimagine what urban life can be like. The best known of these, the Brixton Pound currency, is accepted in over 200 businesses and regularly features in national and international media as pioneering the future of local economic transactions. It also runs the Brixton Bonus community lottery scheme, and the Brixton Fund, a grants programme that provides funding to grassroots groups and individuals wanting to create positive change in the area. In 2016 it opened the Brixton Pound Cafe, the first pay-what-you-feel cafe in South London and one which runs entirely on surplus and donated food items, and Brixton Pound Studios, an affordable space for artists to reside and showcase their work.