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Christmas Night Market Applications / Brixton Craft Workshops

Night Market Applications / Brixton Workshops  / September Talks 
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Christmas Night Market Applications Open
 
This Christmas we will be running a series of 3 festive night markets in London. These mid week events offer another chance to catch the Christmas shopping trade.
 
Geffrye Museum, Hoxton - 1st & 15th December
Museum of London Docklands - 8th December

 
Applications open now until 21st September. Click here to apply and find out more.
Workshops at our next markets

It's less than 2 weeks until our next Brixton market which is part of Brixton Design Trail and London Design Festival, and we have some great craft workshops for you to get involved in! You can book your place on the all day Pajaki Chandelier workshop, or just drop in to make your own screen printed tote bag. Read more about both events on our blog now.

Sat 17 & Sun 18 September, 11am to 5pm.
The Dogstar, 389 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton.

September Talks Tickets on sale

Hosting a pop up shop is a great way to launch a new collection, increase sales and meet your customers. Join us at our next talks event where Bronwyn Lowenthal (Lowie) and Julie Macauley (John + Pearl) will be sharing their insights on successful pop up shops followed by Q&As.
Tuesday 27th September, Cockpit Arts - Holborn. 6.30 - 8.30pm, £14
For more details and to book tickets click here.

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