Dean Street is being blocked off on Sunday 2nd June, to allow local artists and artisans, including Melanie Porter and Lucy Loves This, to operate their own stalls. It's organised by City Showcase, and it sounds like lots of fun! It will also raise money for the charity Kids Company.
Following last year’s resounding success, Soho Flea Market, the artisan and designer crafts event, is returning to the length and breadth of Dean Street, Soho, on Sunday 2nd June 2013, to present the UK’s up and coming creative talent, in support of children’s charity Kids Company.Between noon and 8pm, the historic street will once again be closed to traffic and artisans, artists, fashion and jewellery designers, furniture makers, glassblowers, ceramicists, games developers, film-makers, will be showcasing their wares, while new, hotly tipped musicians, bands and comedians will be performing on the stages.
Flaunting the spirit of fun and creative innovation, Soho Flea Market promises to be a highly entertaining day out with 8 hours of shopping, eating, and entertainment in a brilliantly iconic location.
Participants include celebrated, beautiful ceramicists Melody Rose and Reiko Kaneko, on-trend fun casual wear, Plane Clothing, acclaimed furniture maker, Melanie Porter, pug-themed decorations, Pugs Might Fly, vintage clothing designers, Syd & Mallory, natural and organic products, River Remedies, fashionable decoupage, The Baobab Tree, Queen prints to celebrate the Coronation anniversary from Drew Barton, art prints from JimBob Art, vibrant art from the Art Alive Trust, bright bold furniture from Velvet Eccentric and Something Or Other and last year’s success, typographical prints from Lucy Loves This.
Businesses in and around Dean Street supporting Soho Flea Market, include, The Groucho Club, The Soho House Group, Quo Vadis, Dean Street Studios, The French House, and Blacks,"
When - Sunday 2nd June, midday - 8pm
Where - Dean Street, Soho
Link 1 - The Soho Flea Market
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