London’s queer community is hosting a pop-up shopping event next month

(Picture: Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen)

In two weeks, head to Hoxton for your fashion fix.

Wotever – a community that supports Queer art and culture – will be hosting an event dubbed Queer Fayre on 7 April, where LGBTIQA+ people will be selling everything from gender-free underwear, jam, witchcraft and kink trinkets, everyday items, party goods and pottery.

It’s a ‘queer space, run by queer people for queer people’ but all allies are welcome to come pop in.

A DJ will set the atmosphere and organisers are encouraging people to socialise and make new friends.

Queer Fayre is held at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen and if you want to join in as a merchant, there are still some stalls available.

Stalls in the main area cost £25 a pop and will run from 1pm to 6pm.

Those in the ‘music space’ of the venue are open between 1pm to 4pm, and are somewhat cheaper at £20 per stall.

Unfortunately food stalls aren’t allowed, but there’ll be ample opportunity to snack at the venue itself.

Advance tickets cost £3, on the door it’s £5.

Even if you don’t want to shop, go along and support the community.

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