10 hours of Temporary Pleasure


Together with our workshop participants, we’ll design and build a prototype club space in just five days.

On Saturday 13 November we’ll bring the space to life with ten hours of installations, DJ sets, and performances created and curated over the course of the workshop.

Join us to see the result of a week of lectures, design labs, and building workshops enabling local scenes to co-create community-based club spaces.

Pay what you can

– We have 3 ticket options: €5, €10, €15
– Pay what you can afford, we want this event to be accessible to everyone.
– Your contribution will help us pay our artists fairly, cover production costs, and help cover for people who otherwise could not come.
*This event is a non-profit endeavour.



What makes a Club? – A week-long workshop and DIY Dance floor


Join us for five days of lectures, design labs and a building workshop enabling local scenes to co-create community-based club spaces.

We’ve spent the last decade looking at clubs from inside and out and believe brick-and-mortar clubs are broken: too rigid, top-down – and disappearing. To preserve the right to dance in community we need to reimagine clubs – replacing rigid clubs, barriers-to-entry, and lost spaces – with fluid clubs, co-creation, and new beginnings.

We believe that real collaboration and inclusivity makes for better music, dance floors and opportunities for community-building beyond the club. In alliance with FUTCH, we aim to amplify local energies, marginalised voices and identities that are often locked out.

Together in a single week we’ll build a prototype club space and platforming event that otherwise wouldn’t exist.

About Temporary Pleasure

Temporary Pleasure is a collective of architects, event producers, and club creatives generating new ways to imagine, build, and use the club – together.

We’re commited to amplifying local energies, particularly marginalised voices and identities that are often locked out. In alliance with FUTCH club™, we aim to facilitate the platforming and realisation of local needs. We also hope that by making space for people to work together like this, we can cross pollinate skills and perspectives, creating opportunities for community-building beyond the club.

About Futch Club

FUTCH emerged during COVID-19 lockdowns as an open alliance between bodies that wanted and needed a space in which not only be ‘included’, but decide everything.

We are a collective experiment sharing connections, support and resources through not only parties and performances but exhibitions, coffees, talks, workshops, books, debates and more.

Community-owned, transparent and consent-based, we strive to maintain a spot where queerness from any age and background can hang safely anytime of the day. As a non-profit we support trans, les(bi)an, migrant and local artists and activists via mutual aid, not charity.

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