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Soho Flea Market

An event in May in London
Dean Street
Soho
London
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London’s annual premier designer crafts event is held on Soho’s Dean Street and attracts over 15,000 visitors.

The one-day event features artisans, artists, fashion and jewellery designers, furniture makers, glassblowers and ceramicists, plus a live stage hosting musicians and entertainers. There's also a great number of food and drink stalls offering exciting and delicious street food.

Soho Flea Market presents the perfect trading platform for innovative goods, food and crafts made by the next generation of designers and artists, who will be flaunting the spirit of fun and innovation.

A glamorous, high-end event, this is a unique, must-go family day out in a brilliantly iconic location.

For further information on Soho Flea Market please contact:
Matt Learmouth
matt@alchemylifestyle.co.uk
020 8996 1520/07966 781138
James Horrocks
james@alchemylifestyle.co.uk
020 8996 1521/07515 709916.

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