Turf Space


Seventeen fun things for kids to do this summer (that you might not have thought of)

Posted on July 13th, by Pamela Virgo in Culture. 1 Comment

The summer holidays start this week, and there’s lots to do in Croydon that doesn’t cost a lot, says Pamela Virgo

If you’re under 7

Whitgift Weenies Club: robots and aliens in the Whitgift Centre! www.thewhitgiftcroydon.co.uk/weenies
inflatable disco dome and bouncy castle at London Road Carnival, Sunday 19th July. www.ambitionfest.com/other-croydon-festivals
Deen City Farm (Phipps Bridge tramstop) has animals from goats to guinea pigs. Entry is free. www.deencityfarm.co.uk
love your local library: free storytime … Read More »



TURF projects announces second exhibition in its town centre gallery space

Posted on July 10th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Turf Projects will host Business as Usual for this, the second exhibition to be presented within its Keeley Road gallery space.

Release begins: Organised by Perce Jerrom and with an accompanying text from Louise Chignac, Business as Usual features over one hundred artists in a show where instead of their artworks it is the artists’ networking practices that are brought to the fore.

Taking the artist’s business card as its focus, … Read More »



Event review: What is Tru Luv? The first show in Croydon’s new TURF Space

Posted on June 12th, by Tom Winter in Culture. No Comments

The sensual intensity of this exhibition is a reflection of love, says Tom Winter

As Morrissey once sang, the rain fell hard on a humdrum town as I made my way to the newly christened Turf Space, or as some may think of it, the space where Turf Projects now manifests its physicality. Despite my recent lack of involvement with Turf Projects due to the demands of … Read More »