This amazing building is one well-preserved piece of London history and would make a very unique film location. It's also an increasingly rare example of the "working men's clubs" that have largely closed down in the city. It's an architectural asset to Peckham and the building and its interior are practically untouched. Peckham Liberal Club dates back to 1903 and contains a number of versatile filming and photography spaces. There is a large detached (and thus sound-insulated) hall with a 250 capacity and a performance stage. It has a vast snooker hall with four full-sized snooker tables and a billiard table. It has three large bar and dining spaces and a garden.
- Three large bar / dining spaces
- Sound-insulated hall with performance stage
- Capacity of 250
- Versatile filming and photography spaces
- Period interior
- Jazz nights and 1960s lounge music night
- Garage nights and after-show parties
- Children's parties
- Orchestra performances
- Flamenco dancing
PR3D Professional: Gary Snyder
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