Time to embrace the autumn with our jam-packed schedule of inspiring events and market pop-ups.
September sees the beginning of our Autumn season of shopping, market pop-ups, and events. Discover new guest markets and returning favourites, as we focus on creativity, quality, and sustainability.
Family-friendly FAM EAST is back for a one day Sunday Social. Expect the coolest kids brands alongside a full day of drop-in and pre-bookable workshops for kids, from creative talents including Look Then Leep, Dot Kids, Young Double and Rehandle.
We’ve teamed up with “fancy fashion car boot” queens, Fashion Reboot, for this brand new sustainable fashion event. Browse the rails of some of your favourite fashion influencers, safe in the knowledge you are doing your bit for the planet & and a carefully chosen local charity.
This roving, global, anti-elitist arts and publishing fair with a DIY approach returns to our mezzanine with their London Zine and Art Fair. Get ready to meet and shop the creators and makers of small publishing imprints, ‘zines, prints and fashion labels.
November sees us welcome a new art pop-up shopping event to the market floor, courtesy of ACE Club. This collective of in-demand artists including Rugman, Sara Pope and Heath Kane, will be taking over the guest market space with limited edition prints available direct from the artists themselves.
Our resident makers market continues to go from strength to strength, showcasing the very best in home-grown creative talent, handmade and sustainable products.
A who’s who of London’s most exciting traders, this Market is home to emerging and innovative designers and independents, selling art, interiors, fashion and more.
East End Trades Guild
Saturday 21st September
Explore East London’s best small businesses all under our one historic roof, as East End Trades Guild host their monthly guest market.
Saturday 28th September
A unique design, fashion and arts & crafts fair celebrating a selection of the most talented designers from Africa and the Diaspora, and inspired by African cultures.