Dilston Grove

View of large empty church interior with circular window at the end.

Dilston Grove is the former Clare College Mission Church on the Southwest corner of Southwark Park and is Grade II listed. Designed by architects Sir John Simpson and Maxwell Ayrton, it was built in 1911 and is one of the earliest examples of poured concrete construction.

Today, Dilston Grove represents London's only large-scale raw space regularly available to artists.

Venue Type:

Architecture centre, Gallery, Heritage site

Opening hours

During an Exhibition:
April - September - 12am - 6pm
October - March - 11am - 4pm
Wed - Sun

Admission charges

Admission free

Additional info

Access: Dilston Grove provides good physical access.

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BETWEEN THOUGHT AND SPACE

  • 8 May — 7 June 2015 *on now

Miraj Ahmed | Isha Bøhling | Kelly Chorpening | Pierre D'Avoine | Shin Egashira | Matt Franks | Issam Kourbaj | Jeffrey T Y Lee | Theo Lorenz | Ian Monroe | Foster Spragge | Tony Thatcher and Research Associate: Sophie Read

Suitable for

  • Any age

Website

http://www.cgplondon.org

Dilston Grove
Southwest Corner of Southwark Park
London
Greater London
SE16 2UA
England

Website

www.cgplondon.org

E-mail

admin@cgplondon.org

Telephone

020 7237 1230

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