The 2019 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2020 programme mid August 2020.

  • Front elevation of the original Fellowship
  • Heavyweight boxer Henry Cooper training at the Fellowship
  • Front elevation of the Fellowship from Randlesdown Road
  • Henry Cooper serving behind the Fellowship bar
  • Cross section of the original design
  • Lower hall (now restored to cinema)
  • Lower Hall (now restored to cinema)
  • Upper Hall (now restored to performance space)
  • Restoration of the lower hall
  • Restored cinema in lower hall ahead of reopening

The Fellowship Inn

FG Newnham

place
The Fellowship Inn, Randlesdown Road, SE6 3BT
info_outline
Toilets, Disabled access, Architect on site

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Bellingham
directions_bus
Bus routes: 199, 208, 54
A rare example of a 1920 'improved public house' built as part of the Homes for Heroes Bellingham Estate. Restored as a community venue including bar, cinema and café by Phoenix Community Housing with National Lottery Heritage Fund support.

Design

Original design
FG Newnham, 1923
Restoration
Thomas Ford Architects, 2018
Type
Restaurant/bar, Concert/performance space, Cinema
Period
Inter-war