The f h space is run by the bold & saucy theatre company who make and create all their work here, under Artistic Director Sarah Davey - Hull. The warehouse has recently been converted into a live/ work unit. Built in Victorian times the building has had many different uses over the years, and in the last 30 it has been a copper pipe making factory and plumbers merchant.

The original building was gutted, leaving only the 4 outside walls standing and rebuilt from the inside while adding a new floor at the top. The gable visible on the front is the remaining fa├žade of the old building. The bold & saucy theatre company took over the ground floor and run the rehearsal spaces downstairs. In this space many of the original brick walls are visible.

Havelock Walk is home to a diverse community of creative people, who all live and work on this cobbled mews. A live/work community is an exciting atmosphere for artists to work in.

Having been bombed in the war Havelock Walk remained virtually derelict until near the end of the 20th Century. The availability of space caught the eye of sculptor Jeff Lowe, who has since encouraged other artists to move into the street, creating a hub of artistic activity. Lewisham Council has now designated Havelock Walk as an official conservation area, in recognition of the energy that the community brings to the local area.

So far other companies working here have included: Theatre 503, London Bubble, the Fat Doreen Collective, Theatro Vivo, WeaverHughes Ensemble and the Central School of Speech and Drama.