Monday 14 July at The Dragon Café

Musical Activities and Performance to Enjoy
Our Summer Medley continues to celebrate the season with music. Join Otto with a range of instruments and ideas to explore ‘Expressing Emotions with Sound’ in Sound-Works at 3 pm. In Dance-Works at 4 pm Phillipa returns to lead a session in Nia Technique – a low-impact movement practice that draws on a wide variety of traditions. In the evening at 7 pm we have a wonderful Musical Performance of ‘Love Ancient and Modern’ by Dave Russell and Kath Tait. A selection of songs from many traditions for your pleasure.

DC Programme- Monday 14 July 2014


Call for Artists : Exhibiting Artist wanted at Mental Fightclub/Dragon Cafe

The Dragon Cafe is an arts and events venue and cafe in Borough SE1. We regularly hold exhibitions by visual artists (2D only) and are looking for new artists to exhibit in the space for 4 consecutive weeks. There is no charge for exhibiting, however, all sold works are subject to 20% commission. We are open on Mondays only, 12- 8.30pm. We ask that all exhibiting artists be sympathetic to our ethos.

To apply please send images of your work, a cv or link to your website to

Via Matthew

Mon 14th April @ The Dragon Cafe

Stuff & Nonsense 2 – Wonder in Number and Film!

Our monthly creative theme of Stuff & Nonsense continues, and with it being 14.04.14 there is a particular curiosity for numbers in the programme. Declan will be exploring Number Fun at 2.22 pm and Max considering The Value of Pi/Pie at 3.14 pm – when number meets nutrition.

There are 2 art workshops to enjoy between 2-4 pmHearing Trumpet mask making, and fabric work with Pinky from CRAFTmate. Lots else to get involved with including the return of In Conversation with Alan at 7 pm and if you’d rather sit back and be transported into a world of wonder, then we will be having a Film Night from 6.30 pm.

DC Programme- Monday 14 April 2014



Dragon Cafe – 3rd March 2014

The Dragon Cafe is Mental Fight Club’s latest creative project: a relaxing café and imaginative space, open to all, located in the Crypt of St George the Martyr Church, opposite Borough tube station.

Matthew Mckenzie was over there promoting SLAM TWIG Operations Blog and Social Media Hub. He also checked out The Dragon Cafe activities. On the 3rd of March The Dragon Cafe theme was Transitions.

You can watch his video blog here:

Look at the photos here:

and listen to the audio blog here:

All well worth a look.  Thank you Matthew.

Monday 10 March at The Dragon Cafe

DC Programme- Monday 10 March 2014

Facebook & Tweets – Help Dragon Cafe Promote Our Relaunch – Mon 17 Feb 2014

Connect with The Dragon Cafe on Facebook and Twitter.

  Help Us Promote Our Relaunch on Mon 17 Feb 2014 with your Facebook and Tweets


We’re looking forward to seeing you in person when we re-open, but you can keep up to date with what’s going on and help to spread the word about The Dragon Cafe to your social media networks by joining us online – Like us on Facebook and Follow us if you’re on Twitter. We love creative collaborations so here’s a great way to share what you are doing too!

While we often seriously explore weighty matters around mental health at the Cafe we do also like to enjoy ourselves and have a laugh.

Check out the brilliant Dr Stewart comedy set from The Dragon Cafe on our Facebook and why not click Like while you’re there!

See you on Monday 17th February! 


Mental health jobs

Via Matthew and Penelope