Monday, December 11, 2006

Socialism Art Market @ Everything Must Go, Sat. 16th December

At Everything Must Go, Sat. 16th December from 1pm... 14 Soho Street, London, W1

For one Saturday only in December, the Heavenly Social’s blink and you’ve missed it venue, Everything Must Go, will host the Socialism Art Market, a one-off one-stop Christmas shop in conjunction with Socialism magazine. We’ve invited loads of our friends to set up shop, offering the kind of things you might like to buy for your typically hard to buy for mates and relatives. The market will feature music, toys, clothes, artwork, photography and a vast selection of drinks for when you’re trying to decide. The market will be a cash only event, there is a cashpoint in the venue and several within a few yards on nearby Oxford Street.

Representing at the Socialism Art Market will be:

Rough Trade shop (rough trade shop (selling their top 100 albums of the year plus assorted box sets, t shirts and present material as well as hosting some surprise 'instore' performances -… limited edition toys designed by Pete Fowler/Monsterism ( - including the Magic Numbers figures, highlighted by The Observer as one of the 50 best Christmas presents around)… artworks from Aquarium gallery (home to, among others, Jimmy Caughty & Jamie Reid & Bama Lama gallery (including ltd edition silk-screen prints by Ski Williams of everyone from Johnny Cash to King Tubby)… new clothing & one off samples from One True Saxon ( and one-off fashion accessories made out of vintage reclaimed and recycled materials by Hooky Gear (… bespoke jewelry by Susie Lloyd ( and free backissues of Socialism ( - we had to plug ourselves somehow!!)

and a cast of up and coming artists, photographers, fashion and jewellery designers – full details will be listed on

There will also be food on sale, including the finest pies in the country from Square Pie ( -"the best pies in London" Time Out), luxury Christmas puddings from Crisis (in aid of homeless – these are take home puddings!!!) plus Somerset cider, real ale and the fully stocked Everything Must Go bar.

Music throughout the day will be provided by the Heavenly Jukebox, Rough Trade & Can’t Mix, Won’t Mix Allstars.

Entry is free, although we’d like to encourage anyone who comes down to make some kind of donation to Crisis.