A vibrant and colourful area that never sleeps, Peckham Rye is transforming into one of London’s hippest and coolest hang-outs – it is one of the trendiest, most desirable areas to live in the city but still hasn’t lost its soul. With bustling markets, independent shops and the revival of the arts scene, Peckham is the most ethnically diverse area in London, and is home to photographers, designers, and artists. Thanks to this, you’ll find a variety of restaurants, bars, and arty stores scattered amongst African supermarkets and Turkish kebab shops. This Giant Poster is placed on Peckhamplex, nestled between a train station and a multi-storey car park, Peckham Levels, which doubles as a rooftop bar in the summer & creative workspace and cultural destination all year round. Showing at least one independent, art-house, or foreign film a week, Peckhamplex attracts a wide audience of thrifty film fans, from local residents to art students from the nearby Goldsmiths College, as well as a chance of a few local celebs –national treasure Olivia Colman is a regular. Rye lane is the main shopping street of the area, home to the best rooftop venues in London like the famous Franks Café, with the spectacular view of London's skyline. The Bussey Building also boasts its own rooftop cinema throughout the summer days, followed by regular lively Disco and Soul club nights.