The Shoreditch Christmas Market


Today will start the long-awaited Shoreditch Christmas Craft Market.

The Shoreditch Christmas Crafts Market is about fusing local creative
talent with a family friendly environment.
This exciting and magical Christmas market in the heart of creative
London brings you funky eco-chic, beautifully handmade,
locally produced unique Christmas gifts.
The Shoreditch Christmas Crafts Market aims not only to encourage
and support first time traders but also established
self starters who work with recycled materials, fair trade products,
home made and locally sourced crafts and fashions.
This market is for you if you want to buy original work by some of
the best independent designers that London has to offer.
At the Shoreditch Christmas Crafts Market you will be able to choose
from a range of local stalls selling food,
redesigned, up-cycled furniture and clothes, vintage fashions, jewellery,
arts and crafts and home ware all from brought to you with love from
the creative heart of London.

The Shoreditch Christmas Market

Red Market Gallery and Night Tales: 288-299 Old Street, EC1V 9LA

Every Friday & Saturday 12-5pm

Start Friday 5th till Saturday 20th December


HYPER JAPAN Christmas Market


The next weekend I’ll be getting my geek on at the HYPER JAPAN Christmas Market!
The event will take place at Olympia in London from Friday 14th November – Sunday 16th November.

HYPER JAPAN is back for the festive season to deliver another instalment of crazy, cute and creative Japanese culture
to Olympia London in the long-awaited Christmas Market 2014. Themed around ‘unique and interesting
Christmas gifts’, the market will feature a higher proportion of shopping booths and gift experiences than in previous
HYPER JAPAN events. However, it is by no means exclusively a shopping experience – guests will be treated to a
wide variety of stage performances, martial arts and cooking demonstrations, cosplayers shows and will of course be able to wine and dine at the ever-popular food and drink stalls.









Tickets cost £12 for the Friday and Saturday sessions, and £15 for the longer Sunday session
To book tickets and for more information visit:

(Some images and most words courtesy of HYPER JAPAN)