Lab for the
Recently Possible

A space to learn, experiment, collaborate and incubate projects at the edges of technology, art, culture and society.

If you're exploring something that you haven't yet mastered, the Lab for the Recently Possible is here for you.

UPDATE: The Lab has been closed, due to relocation. Thank you everyone who has taken part. It has been amazing. (More info)

coming up ☼

recently ☼

We've moved! We are now at 45 Gloucester Street, in Brighton's North Laine, on the sunny south coast of England.

By day, the Lab is where coders and other creative people collaborate on Dharmafly projects, developing web apps for social impact.

But in the evenings and weekends, breakfast times, lunchtimes and weekdays on special occasions, The Lab is available for all kinds of experimental projects, workshops and bright ideas.

If you'd like to hear about what's happening next at The Lab, follow @L4RP on Twitter, join the mailing list or subscribe to the calendar.

If you might like to use the space for a workshop / film night / other kind of session, get in touch (hello@L4RP.com) or come and have a look around.

And if you might like to work on a Dharmafly project (or you might have a project you'd like Dharmafly to work on), call Prem on 07941 192398 or .

#L4RP

location ⚐

We're in the heart of Brighton, on the south coast of England. It's a few minutes walk to the ocean, and London is just an hour away by train.

Find us at 45 Gloucester Street, over the road from The Skiff coworking space.

keep in touch ✍

Mailing list
L4RP mailing list
Twitter
Events calendar
Atom feed
Calendar feeds (iCal / Outlook / Google Calendar)
Email
Phone
07941 192398
In person
Lab for the Recently Possible, 45 Gloucester Street, Brighton, BN1 4EW, UK. (map / directions)
Opening hours
Spontaneous, or by appointment.

be here ✈

Trains
Brighton station is 7 minutes walk away, with trains to and from London Victoria, London Bridge, St Pancras, Gatwick Airport and the whole country.
Local buses
Many buses stop at St Peters Church, near Brighton Pavillion. Or stop on North Street and walk up through Pavillion Gardens.