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Thursday, 13 June 2019

Solo Collective  Hosted by  PinDrop & Sonic Tonic

An evening solo, duo and trio performances in a variety of collaborative combinations, from  German classical/experimental musicians, and composers: Anne Müller (cello) and Alex Stolze (violin), with British pianist and producer Sebastian Reynolds

Open from 18:00 - 22:30

Tickets £5.50

Friday, 14 June 2019


Paul Arambula / Umlaut! / Zeta Zeta / DJ Sallad Egg

Join us for a night of psychedelic dream pop and obscure electronics from around the globe.

ζζ [zeta zeta] creates electronic and analogue sounds with experimental textures, tunings and rhythms, found sounds and voice. His second album with Blank Editions, 'Dream Hotel' (scheduled for release at the end of summer) is an exploration of the non-linear found in dreams, memories and altered states of consciousness. Dream Hotel features guest appearances by Ben Vince (saxophone) and Sally Evans (vocals)

Since bringing his keyboard across the long ocean, taking long walks, and working long nights in the middle of sometimes long faces, Paul has written long songs about familiar strangers, saying a lot of nothing, forcing the easy life, and loving to hate that you are them. Among the improvised finger mess of keys, will be songs from the bedroom-pop album “A Bit of Both” as well as new and unreleased material

UMLAUT! are Cosmo Wise and Sam Bardsley, a British duo based in Berlin. Their first single "Ü!" was released last month and it sounds like cloud nine pop fission K-Jazz!

Sallad Egg selects the finest ingredients, to serve a delicious concoction, to be enjoyed exclusively on the dance floor. He is sure to get your limbs in a scramble.

Open from 18.00 - 02.00

£5 OTD

Saturday 15th June 2019



gLu, also known as Cauê brings his hypnotic techo and vinyl journey, with SET's very own Josh Field playing the wind down set.

Open from 18.00 -- late


Sunday, 16th June 2019


Erynies : To be one's own fury, One Deadly Summer, Solace & Female Vengeance brought to you by V. de Talleyrand-Perigord & Anti Univeristy Now

The first in a cycle of screenings hosted by Anti Univeristy Now features the screening of the film Erynies : To be one's own fury, One Deadly Summer, Solace & Female Vengeance. The film is followed by a discussion on female vengeance, asking if there can be any solace, and should there be, from Electra to Adjani, and the showcasing of V. de Talleyrand-Perigord's fashion collection Medea-First Modern Woman

Open from 18.00 - 22.00

Register for this FREE event here

Tuesday, 18th June 2019


Velasco // Sena // Balfour // Tal Janes 

Join us for a brand new night of improvised music from Pedro Velasco (guitar), Gaspar Sena (drums) and Hamish Balfour (keys/synths). Together they generate dreamy, filmic, minimalistic sounds derived from original compositions by Velasco, at once harmonically simple but directly expressive.

Then from 8pm we have a solo set from Tal Janes (guitar) embodying his love for jazz, electronic, alternative and beyond.

Open from 18.00 - 22.30

Free entry, but a suggested £5-£10 donation

Wednesday, 19th June 2019


SETPiece // Bru, Newell, Tress & BABs

BABs is a trio formed of in demand UK based improvising musicians Olie Brice (double bass), James Allsopp (bass clarinet) and Alex Bonney (electronics). Together they combine the sound of acoustic instruments blended with electronic processing, to fold rich, evolving ambient textures into energetic electronica-influenced improv.

Open from 18.00 - 23.00

£5 OTD

Thursday, 20th June 2019


Pen-Ting Vol 19 - Art Class

Join a Pen-Ting Class at SET! Sit in on an assembly about alliteration, a class on creativity, and lectures on linguistic levity. Your teachers Spike Zephaniah Stephenson and #TStarNay continue to explore the use of Hip Hop culture, and Rap Poetics, as a means of teaching, learning, and sharing knowledge.

Open from 18.00 - 22.00

£5 OTD (£3 Open Mic’ers)

Friday, 21st June 2019


Bubble Chamber: 𝐻𝑜𝓉 𝒲𝑒𝓉 𝒮𝓊𝓂𝓂𝑒𝓇

Bubble Chamber bring their very own Summer of Love launch to SET.

No more cold nights & basement dinge. Think tinted aviators, mist cannons in the club & one kiss in the back of your Uber.

From 18:00 - 06.00

£5 OTD

Saturday, 22nd June 2019



Daijvhs Robinson and Dylan Solomon Reid bring their Trap Metal vibes with Lamesfest, a DIY music/art scene. They present some of the finest in underground UK rock, with a  line up that includes:







Open from 18.00 - 02.00

Tickets from £5 here

Monday, 24th June 2019


She Too Is A Sailor

Antonia Jade King’s debut pamphlet She Too Is a Sailor published byBad Betty Press

is full of protest and melody. Invoking a choir of inspirational women from Beyoncé and Maya Angelou to the poet’s mother, King deconstructs what it means to be woman, to be other, to be an outsider in your own family. Intertwining pop culture with the political, this book is a reminder of art’s capacity to reclaim narratives.

Open from 18.00 - 00.00

FREE Event

Saturday, 29th June 2019

Free Movements 10

Improvisational electric and instrumental trance group Free Movements bring their blend of jazz, electronica and techno to SET once again.


Chris Sharkey  guitar+electronics
Dave De Rose (Electric Jalaba) – electronic+acoustic drums
Dan Nicholls (Goldie/Squarepusher) – keyboards+modular synth
AKnight  live techno set
Be Nice (Survival Skills+Dan Nicholls) live ambient set

+ Hanzo  visuals

Open from 18.00 - 02.00

Tickets from £5 here

Wednesday, 3rd July 2019



Here to perform tracks from her genre-mixing debut album In All This, Casey Pearl takes to the stage with the musicians and artists involved in its creation. This includes: guitarist James Shephard, producer and clarinetist Fro. and Turkish traditional musician Hüseyin Murat Sığırcı.  A beautiful night awaits, one that promises original and eclectic music, woven together by Casey's powerful voice and lyricism.

Open from 18.00 - 23.00

Tickets from £5.50 available here

£7 OTD

Thursday, 4 July 2019


GRITS Launch Party

Lili Hamlyn is the author of GRITS, her first book. GRITS is a memoir about the death of her mother, Sara, from breast cancer in 2016. The book focuses largely on the final weeks of Sara’s life, but also her childhood in the southern United States, and combines these with wider reflections on grief, care-giving, daughterhood and the aesthetic, ethical, and bodily imprints of illness. Lili grew up in London and now lives in Brooklyn. She envisions her next project having something to do with the cultural history of roadkill.

Hurst Street Press is a printing press and publishing house based in London and Oxford. The Press publishes limited edition letterpress- and risograph- printed works of literature and art, and specialise in under-represented and experimental voices. Previous publications include IRIS, The Divers, Words as Weapons, and Grimm.

Copies of the book will be available to purchase on the night.

Open from 18.00 - 01.00

FREE Event

Sunday, 7th July 2019


The Bloody Poets present Re:Naissance, From Darkness

The Bloody Poets is a themed multidisciplinary cabaret that invites artists to present acts based around a chosen theme. Exploring the true diversity of performing arts, formats include spokenword, music, dance, visual arts, circus, butoh and more.

Re:Naissance/ From Darkness succeeds the previous five chapters of Bloody Poets evenings: AfterWords, Victorian Anarchism, Re:Naissance, Inferno and Deus Irae, plus a series of more intimate events of poetry and music called In The Midst of Rhyme

The line up for Re:Naissance/ From Darkness includes:

Northwest , Debra Watson, Henni Linnea, Paul Shine, Delia Florea, Picturepoems, Jowe Head, Mad Pirvan and more

Open from 18.00 - 22.30

Tickets from £5.80 available here

Wednesday, 10th July 2019


Julia Meijer w/ Campbell Sibthorpe

Julia Meijer presents her debut album, Always Awake, on PinDrop Records. With support from Campbell Sibthorpe. Presented in association with SET Dalston and Sonic Tonic.

Click here to listen to Julia's recent singles, Fall Into Place and Train Ticket

Open from 18.00 - 23.00

Tickets £5.50 avaiable here

Saturday, 13 July 2019


Lila Tirando A Violeta with Dream Catalogue & New Atlantis

Join for the bold sounds of

Lila Tirando a Violeta
Rattlesnakke (AGVA)
Halo Acid
Bruised Skies
New Atlantis (Resident DJ's)

Open from 18.00 - 02.30

Tickets here

Saturday, 14th September 2019


Selective Work

Selective Work  is a collective of young people hailing from across the UK, bringing together the very best of every strain in underground dance music.

A night drawn together in an intimate space.
Inspired by an evolving collective of minds-alike.
Symbolising the physical form of morphing tastes and feelings, of which those among us are devoted.

P II takes an exploration into darker textures, where there is light to be found at the end of the tunnel. Join us for a final whirl in the closing summer haze.

Open from 18.00 - 02.00

FREE Event

Thursday, 26 September 2019


Parallel Lines Presents BABii + Guests

BABii comes to SET via Parallel Lines

Have a listen to BABii here

Open from 18.00 - 23.00

Tickets from £6.50 available here



Reading Room open appointment only -

Sunday 23rd June, 1pm-5pm

Kahoon Projects presents Modified Mercs

SET 76-89 Alscot road SE1 3AW

Artists Morgan Tipping and Mitchell Vowles are hosting a car meet with members of Modified Mercs Car Club as part of their residency exploring contemporary counter-cultures and working cultures.

Potluck BBQ from 1pm (please come with some food to share)

Community event. Everyone welcome.

FREE Entry

Monday 8th July  -  Monday 15th July


Once Upon A Stage installation by Lizz Brady

"As one person enters the room, they trigger the sound of one person clapping. Two more people enter the room, and the sound of two more people begin to clap. The more people in the room, the more people are clapping. As people leave the room, the clapping resides."

Exploring ideas of dualism, 'object-oriented ontology' and Buddhism,  Lizzy Brady's Once Upon A Stage shows how the mind and body are statements that cannot be divided, instead they experienced as different states of the whole

Open daily

FREE Entry

Every Monday from  11 March - Ongoing



Music, movement and performance project M///P  are in residency till 27th May in SET's new building in South London. SET LEWISHAM is at Unit 1, Lewisham Retail Park, Loampit Vale SE13 7RZ 

There are a few affordable artist studio spaces still available at SET Lewisham and also open workspace. For more info and studio applications visit us here  -



M///P are holding weekly classes on Monday nights, from 7.15PM.  Focusing on practical dance techniques, classs are hosted by dancer and musician Bianca Scout, and facilitated by performer Sim Gray, in association with bimonthly Movement///Possession  events. M///P's aim is to improve core strength and flexibility through consistent training methods, while emphasising creativity and personal artistry within traditional forms. Classes provide a welcoming space for non binary and QTIPOC people. SET is a non profit space, so it functions as a co operative. This means we make all decisions as a group and it is essential that our events have a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

£5 donation




This Spring, M///P invite members of the class to collaborate with us on an ensemble piece, that will be performed in May, featuring a live score. More details to follow. Please get in touch on if you would like to get involved

Image by artist Natalie Kay Thatcher.