Bold New Plays and Innovative Revivals at The Turbine Theatre
Battersea Power Station
A new intimately scaled theatre that’s already an audience favourite for its imaginative productions of new and reinterpreted older plays.
Quantum Contemporary Art: Up-and-Coming Artists
87 Warriner Gardens
“Fun, hip and friendly” is how the FT describes Quantum Contemporary Art – a gallery in a converted Victorian laundry which represents a stable of 30 established and up-and-coming artists, with frequent exhibitions.
Modern Art in an Old School at Beaconsfield Gallery
22 Newport Street
Artist-run Beaconsfield is a cornerstone of the VauxhallNine Elms gallery scene, hosting exhibitions, events and a vegetarian café in a building that was once the Lambeth ragged school.
Lakeside Exhibitions at Pump House Gallery
Originally built as a water tower to the lake cascades in Battersea Park, Pump House Gallery hosts a rotating programme of exhibitions and events, sometimes spilling out into the park itself.
Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery
From the moment it opened in 2015, Newport Street Gallery has been a must-see on the international art circuit. On view: art from Damien Hirst’s private art collection, including his own work.
Avant-Garde Art at The Sunday Painter
117-119 South Lambeth Road
This influential South London gallery recently moved from Peckham, into new digs designed by London-based architectural duo Sanchez Benton.
International Artists at Gasworks
155 Vauxhall Street
Gasworks is the global HQ for an international experiment in bringing artists together, and it shows in the quality of the exhibitions and events.