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Well Street Market operates as an Events Market 4 times per year

10am - 4pm

Upcoming dates:

Saturday 27 October 2018 - Black History Month Market
Saturday 15 December 2018 - Christmas Market
Saturday 3 March 2019 - International Women's Day Market
 

 
 

Stalls

Stalls from East London's most innovative makers and traders, including:

  • street food
  • locally sourced produce
  • fashion
  • gifts
  • jewellery
  • art
  • home accessories

Apply to trade

We are still looking for new traders to join London's most innovative street market. Apply to trade.

Live music

Live performances from established acts and local artists.

Our launch featured a headline set by Norman Jay MBE and was compered by Thris Tian.

In July 2017 we were proud to have Rudimental and Anne Marie support and music mentor our Discover Young Hackney at Well Street Market live stage where we promoted the newest up and coming talent in Hackney.

Click on this link to see a video of our our amazing young performers. 

Live stage - our stage is your stage

  • Perform at Well Street Market

We are looking for more local bands, djs, singers, performance poets, mcs, spoken word artists to perform live at future market days. Contact us to book a performance.

Teenage market

We are proud to have London's first Teenage Market that supports and nurtures young entrepreneurs from Hackney. Teenagers from Hackney can apply for a stall - contact the Hackney Council Markets service for more information.

CamilLe walala mural

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TRIBAL POP MEETS WELL STREET...


International artist Camille Walala, known for her striking ‘tribal pop’ style, has also transformed the most prominent corner facade on Well Street in Hackney, at the junction with Valentine Road and Terrace Road.

The artistic intervention is part of a collaboration with urban visionaries Colour Your City – an initiative that uses colour to positively transform urban space, to improve and beautify the street with art and colour. Volunteers from the local community helped to paint the artwork.

Walala has a strong personal connection to the area: “Well Street most definitely is a special place for me. I used to live on this street whilst I was trying my best to promote myself as an artist. I love the sense of community here between shop owners and residents. It means a lot to me to be able to contribute something to help promote and give this great area a bit of a facelift. My work is all about fun, bold shapes and colour! I want to make people smile.”

Check out our time lapse video here

 

 
 
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