3. Dilston Grove

Dilston Grove is the former Clare College Mission Church on the Southwest corner of Southwark Park. A Grade II listed building of special architectural or historic interest, today it represents London’s only large-scale raw space available to artists. Exhibitions are often strange, otherworldly and immersive. One exhibition saw the open space transformed into a dark wasteland, a living and lived in scene, completed with makeshift sofas made of industrial sand bags, strewn rubbish, and dripping pipes.