Come along and find Gauzy Jackal at:
Just So Sutton
Shinner & Sudtone
67 High Street
Saturday 3rd June
12pm til 5pm
I Love Pop Up Stalls
East Dulwich Tavern
1 Lordship Lane
First Sunday of every month
1pm til 7pm
See our News page for more details!
On 11th December Gauzy Jackal was part of the first Christmas Fete at the Sylvan Post in Forest Hill!
The Sylvan Post is a firm local favourite and the Fete proved to be a great event to drop in for a break from the Christmas shopping. We enjoyed a brass band, champagne, mince pies, beer, hot chocolate and lots more!
Gauzy Jackal joined the very first Christmas Craft Market in the Broadway Theatre in Catford on 10th December.
Hosted within the iconic Broadway Theatre, the Market was opened by the Queen - well, Queen Bee also known as Sandra Martin, star of Channel 4's hit series Gogglebox. The Craft Market showcased a fabulous range of arts, craftsand seasonal treats!
Gauzy Jackal was part of the spooktacular Horniman Halloween Fair...
The fiendish fun over the weekend included the arts and crafts market in the Conservatory, a Halloween Trail and lots of other kids' activities plus the fantastic farmer's market on the Saturday.
Gauzy Jackal joined the brilliant Blythe Hill Festival in July.
Now in its 10th year, the Blythe Hill Festival is a great day out in one of London's hidden gems - Blythe Hill Fields, with its stunning views across London and the south east.
In spite of some crazy weather everyone enjoyed the mix of live music, arts and crafts stalls, artisan food, fun fair and kids activities.
Brockley Max is a nine-day community arts festival celebrating local talent. It takes place in lots of different venues across Brockley, Ladywell, Crofton Park and Honor Oak and is a non-profit festival that everyone can attend and be part of.
Gauzy Jackal joined our friends I Love Pop Up Stalls and the fantasic Art In The Park day in Hilly Fields park.
More information can be found on the Brockley Max website here:
Once again Gauzy Jackal joined the Easter fair at the Horniman!
Alongside the arts and crafts markets there were lots of Easter treats including an Easter egg trail, the Horniman bunny, the Farmer's Market and live music from Elvers on Sunday
Gauzy Jackal was at the Horniman Christmas Fair.
Alongside the arts and crafts fair there was plenty of festive fun, including a seasonal trail and local choirs singing Christmas hits, plus the fantastic farmers market as well as all the usual brilliant attractions in the museum and gardens.
Gauzy Jackal got festive at the Crafts At Christmas Fair in Clapham!
The theme of this year’s fair was‘Crafts at Christmas’ with local crafters and artisans providing a wealth of opportunity for visitors to get their hands on one of a kind gifts and goodies, or even try their hands at crafts themselves with special workshops.
Once again Gauzy Jackal was part of the Horniman Halloween Fair in October.
Alongside the arts and crafts fair there were plenty of spooky goings-on, plus the fantastic farmers market as well as all the usual brilliant attractions in the museum and gardens.
Gauzy Jackal was part of Croftfest in September.
Croftfest is an umbrella of seasonal festivals aiming to improve the Crofton Park area, support local businesses and to bring peace and harmony to a brilliant part of London.
Gauzy Jackal was delighted be part of the Abbeville Fete in Clapham in June.
The purpose of the Fete was to raise funds for local charities and in 2014 they were able to distribute an amazing £20,000 to local charities and schools.
Our first event in June was the Art In The Park family day in Hilly Fields park in Brockley on a gloriously sunny Saturday. This popular event is part of the fantastic Brockley Max festival, which has been running for 14 years.
In addition to the craft fair, we enjoyed some great live music, art workshops, food stalls and the Jam Circus bar!
For more information about Brockley Max visit their website: www.brockleymax.co.uk
In May Gauzy Jackal joined Red Hot Octopus for their first ever Pop-Up Fair in the beautiful settting of St John's Church in Waterloo.
Red Hot Octopus showcases the work of local crafters and designers, offering everything from home décor and crafts to one-off jewellery and vintage knick-knacks, all at affordable prices. As well as the fantastic products on offer from the stallholders we were treated to food, live musical entertainment and kids activities throughout the day.
You can find more details on their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/redhotoctopus