West Norwood Feast Community Market
West Norwood Leisure Centre
10am - 4pm
2pm – 8pm
Enjoy the magnificent crafts, gorgeous hand made clothing and innovative gifts from local makers.
The Village Pop Up Market supports local initiatives by providing a platform for crafters to showcase their talent. Come along to enjoy our community market and live acts performing in the evening.
Our pop up shop is an opportunity for you to experience high quality goods from independent brands.
Throughout the day enjoy your favourite DJ’s on rotation.
5pm – 8pm
In the evening we have a celebration featuring our favourite DJ’s and delicious refreshments.
Come and hear about The Village CIC and our plans for our new community space.
Call: 07772 527 813 / 07545 156 111
Imposter Syndrome, is the feeling of inadequacy of your personal achievements or goals despite the contrary. It can manifest by you talking yourself out of opportunities, talking yourself down, comparing yourself to others and it goes on. This discussion is how we can create positive obstacles for ourselves an...d believe that the future us, is actually us right now.
Standard Ticket on the door: £7
Donation ticket includes your ticket and a donation towards someone else's ticket: £10
Kids under 16 are free.
NO ONE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS.
DIY Space for London operates on a membership basis. Membership costs £2 for the whole year. Please see the website for details: diyspaceforlondon.org
- DIY Space is on the ground floor and wheelchair accessible (double doors from main entrance to space). Ramp leading to the accessible toilets.
- Group bus stop walking at night
- Toilets are gender neutral
- BSL (Currently searching for an intepreter)
12 - 1PM Plantain Brunch/Tea
12:30 - 3PM Discussion
3 - 5PM Workshops
6 - 7PM Screenings
7:30 - 9PM - Food Theatre
Led by Shana
Requirements: pen, paper, tissues
Brunch served from 12 - 1pm Plantain Brunch.
Dinner served from 4:30pm The Vegan Nigerian.
Black British Girlhood zine workshop on the theme of Imposter Syndrome.
Ama Josephine Eclair "My family doesn't look like me." Conversations and sharing around mixed black and white identity.
I Am Somebody by Madeline Anderson 30 min.
A documentary record of the 113-day strike by members of the National Union of Hospital and Nursing Home Employees in Charleston, South Carolina during the Spring of 1969. Explores the struggles of these low-paid, Black, and mostly female hospital workers to achieve economic justice, dignity and self-respect. Illustrates how organized labor and the civil rights movement succeeded in forging an effective coalition in the South
Perfect Image? by Maureen Blackwood 30 min.
Bright and imaginative in its approach to its subject, PERFECT IMAGE? exposes stereotypical images of Black women and explores women's own ideas of self worth. Using two actresses who constantly change their personae, the film poses questions about how Black women see themselves and each other and the pitfalls that await those who internalize the search for the "perfect image"!
Sunday 18th December - 12pm - 6pm
The Village Pop Up Market and Acoustic showcase - Willington Road, SW9 9NW
Inspirational YOU, The Village, Ideas Genius and The Moulton Consultancy
Pop Up Market and Festival
Sunday 18th December 2016
12pm – 9pm
Join independent makers and designers who are selling:
* Fashion * Jewellery * Accessories * Arts & Crafts * Natural beauty products * Homeware * Baby and children clothing * Books * Music * Art * and more!
Enjoy music throughout the day alongside entertainment and face painting for your children.
Do you want to:
- Buy unique gifts for your family and friends (or yourself)?
- Purchase exclusive clothing during the Holidays?
- Explore last minute gifts?
Our market is an opportunity for you to experience high quality goods from independent brands. We will have a variety of well-known designers and local acts in attendance.
6pm – 9pm
In the evening we have live music and acoustic entertainment from popular artists and performers.
Come and hear about The Village CIC and our plans for our new community space.
Call: 07957 570 526 / 07772 527 813 / 07545 156 111
Info and bookings
Saturday 17th December - 12pm - 9pm
Black History Studies Market
Black History Studies presents the 'New Year New You Showcase & Celebration' on Saturday 17 December 2016 at Parkview Academy in Tottenham.
New Year New You....Let's Celebrate You!...Your health, family, money & more.
Come be inspired and informed on how to make 2017 a great year for you and yours. Come and watch inspirational films for all the family, listen to motivational speakers and engage in lively discussions, network with businesses and entrepreneurs in our cultural marketplace and enjoy live entertainment, food and more.
Advanced tickets cost £5.00 or £8.00 on the door. Children under 16 and Elder's over 60 are FREE
Purchase your ticket from https://newyearnewyoushow.eventbrite.co.uk/
The event will be held at West Green Learning Centre @ Parkview Academy, West Green Road, London, N15 3QR.
Broadway Theatre, Catford
Saturday 10th December 2016
A wonderful Christmas Craft Market at the iconic Broadway Theatre will be opened by the Queen - well, Queen Bee also known as Sandra Martin, star of Channel 4's hit Series Gogglebox. The Craft Market will take place on Sat 10th Dec 11am - 8pm and is a great opportunity to buy a fabulous range of arts and crafts- ideal for Christmas presents of course, but also just for a seasonal treat! Candles, wreaths, pottery, jewellery, toys, art and much much more will be on display - entrance is FREE
Sunday 11th December 2016
Join us this Sunday at the popular Handmade Palace Christmas Craft Market at the beautiful outside venue in the walled courtyard of The Alma on Church Street SE19.
We will join over 40 craftspeople, designers and makers with stalls selling marvellous locally created art and craft perfect for Christmas gifts.
If that is not enough there will also be a winter BBQ, mulled wine, musicians and real pine Christmas Trees on sale. Lets get festive!November 2016
Saturday 17th December 2016
Come be inspired and informed on how to make 2017 a great year for you and yours. Come and watch inspirational films for all Black film festival and market
Sunday 17th December 2017
12pm - 9pm
Join us on Saturday 17th December for an enjoyable day with your family. Listen to motivational speakers and engage in lively discussions, network with businesses and entrepreneurs in our cultural marketplace and enjoy live entertainment, food and more.
There will be lots of stalls showcasing African Arts & Crafts, Jewellery, Fashion, Skincare, Hair Care, Food, Books, DVDs, Toys & more!
Sunday 27th November 2016
Friends of Langley Park School for Boys
30th Annual Christmas Market and Craft Fair
10am – 4pm
- Handmade Christmas gifts
- Original artworks
- Hand crafted jewellery, ceramics & woodcraft
- Locally sourced produce
Cafe open all day
Admission: £1.50; Seniors £1; Children free
Langley Park School for Boys, South Eden Park Road,
Beckenham BR3 3BP
Black Film festival and market
Africa on the square - Trafalgar Square
Ujima Collectively - Hair Stories
AfroPunk at Alexander Palace
Saturday 24th September 2016
THE SPINTHRIFT MARKET
The SpinThrift Market showcases and celebrates the best of London’s maker community. For the DIY-minded, an array of one-of-a-kind and bespoke items inspired by art and textiles. Jewellery, natural beauty products, apparel, housewares, books, prints, and more.
Discover art and ideas from Africa that are changing the world.
Championed by Africa Utopia artistic collaborator, Senegalese singer and human rights advocate Baaba Maal, Africa Utopia presents talks, workshops, music and performances that celebrate the arts and culture of one of the world's most dynamic and fast-changing continents.
Explore social power dynamics in a play by Adura Onashile, learn traditional and contemporary African dance, listen to inspiring spoken word and discover the kaleidoscopic sounds of Asya Satti’sblues and soul.
Plus, you can taste authentic African cuisine from across the continent at our street food market.
BURGESS PARK. 20TH AUGUST 2016
Camberwell Fair 2016 is a celebration of Camberwell’s music, people and culture. The first wave of acts for this year has been announced, check out the line-up.
Last year’s event 3500 came together for a magnificent day on Camberwell Green, with music from Dawn Penn, Dele Sosimi, The Turbans and much more. This year we will be moving to the Western side of Burgess Park (near the tennis courts) for an expanded event with an even bigger capacity!
Showcasing the cultural diversity of Camberwell, Walworth and its surrounding areas, there will be a live music stage, community stage, dance workshops, games, and market with local businesses running pop-up stalls.
Entry will be free for thanks to the continued support of Southwark Council.
See you in the park!
THE AFRICAN MARKET IS COMING TO CAMDEN
We like to take you on a journey round the world when you visit Camden Market and from June, come with us on a monthly trip round Africa.
On the first Saturday of the month from 4th June, unique design and arts and crafts fair, The African Market will be right here on our very own cobbles, showcasing a selection of the most talented designers from Africa and inspired by African cultures.
When you pop into The African Market, you’ll find original & ethical fashion, food, accessories and jewellery, as well as arts and crafts, homeware, natural health and beauty products, books, music and much more.
In addition to all of the above, you will be able to try your hand at some drumming or dancing with Drum Song’s workshop and learn new arty skills with mosaic making and Batik painting workshops.
So block out the first Saturday of each month this summer and we’ll see you in the market! For updates and news, follow The African Market on Twitter and Instagram @OpenTheGate_ and use #TheAfricanMarket
Diversity in Lambeth festival - Windrush Square
Saturday 16th April 2016
Abbotswood Road Street Fair
- Saturday 23rd April 2016 (1-5PM)
Riverston School Summer Fayre - Saturday the 25th June
Lambeth Country Show
Lewisham People Day
Thursday 10th October 2015
Come and enjoy a Christmas celebration where there will be local festive stalls, activities, live music and even entertainment
from 5pm – 9pm.
- See more at: http://presents.westway.org/events/westway-trust-christmas-festival#sthash.FDDppvnb.dpuf
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