Juju's Bar & Stage is a beautiful old cavernous warehouse space that has hosted everything from secret gigs and exhibitions to film shoots, immersive theatre productions, dance performances and, of course, some exceptionally riotous parties.

Juju's Bar and Stage

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East London

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Shoreditch

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Events in East London

Exhibition Space
Juju's 'One Wall Project' is an exhibition space located within the main bar area.
Current Exhibition
Special Request

An exhibition of photography and print celebrating the launch of the second edition of Special Request magazine. The brainchild of creative director and designer Paul Sethi, Special Request #2 focuses on television, exploring all aspects of the form and offering its own take on today's reincarnation of the enduring TV beast as we know it today. With insights and contributions from writer and artists such as Karuki Murakami, Buzz Aldrin, Phillip Pullman, Seth Troxler and Hayden Kays, Special Request pulls apart TV and looks at it through fresh yet nostalgic eyes.

For more info on Special Request check out the press, and to get your hands on your own copy of Special Request #2, click here.
Past Exhibition
Katy Mason Solo Show

An exhibition showcasing collages from Truman Brewery's Gallery Six Member, Katy Mason.

Inspired by her work in textiles and fashion, Katy layers up conceptual illustrations with fabric, objects, jewellery and paint with an aim to produce peices with depth, texture and 3D features. Playing with the shapes and features of the face, using textiles to repeat and hone in on certain areas, Katy's uniquie work has a dream like and juxtaposed quality.
In Loving Memory of Christopher Hitchens
Christoper Robin

Christopher Robin's 5th solo show, looking at how a sense of spirituality can be achieved through colour and form. The art of the secular atheist, the show uses twelve nearly abstract paintings as an installation.

Looking up at the
stars, I know quite well
That, for all they care,
I can go to hell,
How should we like it
were stars to burn
With a passion for us,
we could not return?
If equal affection
cannot be,
Let the more loving
one be me.
- Helmer A F Klint.
Artist In Residence

Phil Goss

Phil Goss's work straddles different mediums from drawing to textile design. His subjects exist in the twilight zone between the observed and the imagined. They are found lurking under lamp posts, pine forests or floating in the London canal.

His work is concerned with play between figuration, abstraction, and decoration. Phil Goss is influenced by writers such as J G Ballard who explore the destabilising of a singular meaning. He plays on the notion of what is coherent by combining different mediums often found outside the traditional gallery setting. The screen printed chairs become an embodiment of his disjointed view of the world, where his narratives merge with the furniture in the rooms.

Phil Goss studied English Literature BA, at Edinburgh University, and Visual Communication MA, at the Royal College of Art in 2013. He has shown at the V&A museum, Evelyn Yard, Aldeburgh Look out Tower, Geddes Gallery and London Design Festival; designed print for Paul Smith and Alex Eagle and has produced bespoke interiors for Blacks and Fix126; and is currently the Director of the Centre for Recent Drawing.

www.philgoss.co.uk