Dean Street in Soho gets taken over by creative traders on Sunday, as Soho Flea Market celebrates its third birthday.
The road will be closed to traffic, and the entire length taken over by stalls which have been specially curated for the event. Expect to see artisans, artists, fashion designers, jewellery designers, ceramicists and fabric designers all selling their items directly to the public.
Among the traders are wood carver Anna Winscombe, wall art company East End Prints, animal illustrator eight bear, and one that particularly appeals to our inner map geek, Atlas & I. They create bespoke personalised maps, which are great gifts, and the sort of thing we’d love to have on the wall of Londonist Towers.
The Soho Flea Market has chosen to support local charitable foundation Soho Family Centre this year. We’re also promised live music and entertainment on a stage, and a selection of street food.
Soho Flea Market takes place in Dean Street on 25 May, 11am-7pm. Entrance is free.