who are we
about usSuperCulture is a residency programme run by Shoreditch based Mothership Group (behind The Book Club, Queen of Hoxton, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen in London and Patterns in Brighton). The programme actively encourages the growth of grass roots arts and culture in Shoreditch in a bid to stem the tide of mass artist exodus from the area due to rising rents and growing chain shop monopolisation.
SuperCulture does not charge residents to use the space in our venues and we do not take any ticket sales commission, thus allowing new and exciting talent to thrive and push boundaries.
Arts and Culture Programmer
Mothership Group are uniting and expanding our cultural programme of events across our Shoreditch venues, aiming to support people in Shoreditch to keep the area buzzing as a centre of arts in London. East London remains the home of fellow cultural institutions like The Glory, Moth Club, Rich Mix and of course the beast that is The Barbican. It’s important that we continue to support these centers of creativity, standing together against the commoditization of culture and generic standardization of the local area.
To enquire about becoming a SuperCulture resident in 2018/2019 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the best parts of my job is being able to support new up and coming promoters and shine a spotlight on the weird, wonderful inspiring or provocative often in the national press. Our events have included everything from feminist poetry nights to Classical Music ‘Smackdowns’; Dog Friendly film screenings to Mighty Boosh Exhibitions; Improv Drag Shows to Adult Sex Ed classes.
For more info, press images or interviews please contact email@example.com
FILIPE RUIVO GUERREIRO
I am so glad to be part of Superculture. We’ve been talking about this project for months and it’s great to see all coming together. You really can do amazing stuff when you connect a lot of different people and Shoreditch needs it more than ever. So glad to be able to support the project with my digital skills and make sure that we buzz about this as much as possible.