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Design Circus This Weekend

Discover Brixton Design Trail this weekend
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Design Circus - brought to you by Crafty Fox Market & BRIXI. Part of London Design Festival / Brixton Design Trail

THIS WEEKEND: Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th September, 11am-5pm. £1 entry / kids free. 

The Department Store, Squire & Partners, 248 Ferndale Road, Brixton, SW9 8FR (map
Different traders each day - click through to see the listings: 

Saturday 23 September
Sunday 24 September

Expect a theatrical line-up of roaming performers, interactive installations, live art and workshops.

There's even going to be Volcano Coffee, popcorn & candyfloss! 
Make your own Pajaki - All day workshops
 
You can spend the day with Karolina from Bobbin and Bow learning the secrets of Pajaki (traditional Polish chandelier) making in the inspiring surroundings of the Department Store this weekend. There are just a few spaces left in this popular workshop. For further information and to book, please click on the relevant day below: 

Saturday 
Sunday
Brixton Design Trail:
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There's loads going on in Brixton this weekend as part of the Brixton Design Trail. After you've popped into Design Circus, make a day of it and go exploring. Check out the full event listings here
 
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