This is Motel de Nowhere – a studio you can hire!

April 18, 2014

Motel is cheap to hire for your creative needs – rehearsing / shoots / events at £10/hr or less per day / block booking.

It’s 2 minutes from Bethnal Green Road tube. Accessible by stairs and a goods lift. 

Looking forward to hearing from you! |  @MoteldeNowhere  |  07903 582810   X X 


Looking for a time share studio? Motel is the space to rehearse / screen / shoot / think

February 5, 2014

hello February 2014

A little reminder that Motel de Nowhere is a great space for anyone without their own studio. Come and use this one for cheap.

Art/ comedy/ film peoples you should know about his little space

Tech Spec:

Motel De Nowhere is on the 1st floor, accessible by stairs or goods lift. Sorry but there is no official wheelchair access.

Dimension of the space:
Private sloped corridor into main space
L 4m 40
W 1m 70
H 2m 50

Main space
L 7m 90
W 4m 30
H           3m 20
(or 360/ sq foot)

Public transport:
Bethnal Green tube is a 2 minute walk
Bethnal Green overground train is a 5 minute walk
Buses 8, 388, D3 and others to Bethnal Green

Metre parking is available outside on Hollybush Gardens
Mon – Sat 8.30 – 5.30pm £3.80/hour ( free outside of these times)

14 cinema seats on moveable planks.  (2 rows of 3, 2 rows of 4)
PA, Bass amp  +  Electricity available through multiple plug sockets around the room
Kettle ( byo tea etc)
There are also a number of TV monitors which can be used on request.

These are communal and used by everyone is the building.  Gents urinals along corridor on 1st  floor. Womens 2nd floor.

Hours are negotiable. Day time and night slots available, or daily hire.
Space generally accessible between 9am – 9pm – this is negotiable

Basic rate £10/hour (Minimum hire 3 hours)
These are negotiable depending on type of hire and time period.
Please discuss with Sue on enquiry

Tel 07903 582 810

Pictures of the space available on the Facebook page.
x Hope to see you!  love Motel x

Christmas Fete Worse than Death 2013!! Saturday 7 December

November 27, 2013


Dearest Humans,
You are invited to 
The Motel de Nowhere Christmas Fete Worse than Death
Saturday 7th December, 12-6pm
Get your hands on exclusive artists’ originals from
Hannah Eaton, Tim Spooner, James Unsworth, Pernicious Deeds, John Walter, Susannah Hewlett, Kim Noble, Steve NIce,  Mark Scott-Wood, Meg Mosely,  Paul Kindersley, Sarah Maple,  Richard Dedomenici, Kaye Dunnings and Timberlina,
…….prints, t-shirts, mugs, books, badges, drawings, adornments, tarot readings and much, much more…….
Mulled wine will be served from Beverly’s Very Average Beverage Bar.
Think of others this Christmas while you buy yourself everything you’ve ever dreamed of!
Motel de Nowhere
Unit 007, 1st Floor,
BJ House, 10-14 Hollybush Gardens
Bethnal Green, E2 9QP   
2 mins walk from Bethnal Green tube!
Look forward to seeing you there!! For all the latest see us on twit  @moteldenowhere   X X 

CHRISTMAS IS OVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

November 11, 2013

Only Joking! It’s just the beginning………erghghhgh

Sharpie this onto your iphone –


MORE SOON. love Motel x

A ten year old boy becomes possessed by a terrifying alien from outa space

November 4, 2013

THIS HAPPENED last week. It was ace and you can see picture here! 


Welcome (back) to MOTEL DE NOWHERE

October 21, 2013

Hello again!

For the last 2 years a wonderful secret-ish space that makes everyone gasp as they enter has been run (practically into the ground) by Miss Management herself SusannahSusieSue Hewlett. She created this unique space for other creative humans to use in interesting ways.

Being such an antisocial-networker she has mainly told people about it through the medium of actual talking. Now Kate Mahony (LUPA) has checked into the Motel to let help promote the space and keep it going. Now more of you will get to hear about what the hell is going on here!

Welcome (back) to Motel de Nowhere.

There has been some brilliant stuff here over the last 2 years. Comedy, Live Art, performance, films, a Christmas Fete Worse than Death, parties, excersise classes, gigs and much much more!

Performers who have graced it’s tiny stage include Jess Love, Ursula Martinez, Harold Offeh, H Plewis, Hewlett & Eaton, Sophie Wooley,  Fran Moulds,  Lou Saunders,  Rhyannon Styles, Ellen Southern, Rebecca Biscuit and Shitney Cuntstone.

Scottee, Richard Dedomenici and James Unsworth have sold their wears here.

Matthew Noel Todd, David Blandy,  Feiko Bekkers, Kim Noble, Vicki Kisner, Elliot Dodd, John Brown and Bob Pipe have shown films here.

Gameshow theatre company devised a show here.

Alphabet cinema and S4London have screened film nights here.

Karen Grace and Greg Hall have played music here.

Steve Nice built a giant sculpture in here.

Giles Bunch and Hayley Dixon curated a show here.

Sami Knight has done a DUCKIE photoshoot here.

The Cheek of it Burlesque hold classes here.

Three Beards devise their music here.

And a lot of humans have drunk a lot of drinks at Beverly’s Very Average Beverage Bar.

Motel de Nowhere is a time share studio place in Bethnal Green for live art, comedy, visual art, film screenings, performance, music and all manner of creative activities – WHERE HUMANS MAKE CREATIVE THINGS HAPPEN.

People love this little space and it should be used more by exciting people wanting to try stuff out. So contact us on fb/ if you are interested in hiring this space (it’s very cheap and beautiful!) X S

Christmas Fete Worse than Death – Saturday December 8th

November 26, 2012

Get down to the Motel for this special event! 11am-7pm. Saturday 8th December. Don’t miss it!

 Motel de Nowhere is  2 mins walk from Bethnal Green tube. Hollybush Gardens is the road off BG rd with HSBC bank on the corner. BJ House is then on the right and may still have scaffolding up. Look for a black gate. There will be a sign directing you into the building.


November 24, 2012

Last week’s event features in the following article in Screen Daily

The next S4 event at Motel de Nowhere takes place after Christmas.


October 15, 2012



June 27, 2012

This Saturday TURN IT ON AGAIN.  An evening of video screening, performance and installation celebrating television in light of the digital switchover………Image