Handmade in Brighton this Bank Holiday

Looking for something to do this Bank Holiday? There are lots of local craft and handmade events that our Brighton Etsy team members are involved in. Here are just a small selection of them:

Artists Open Houses:

We’ve created a map of Brighton Etsy Team member’s Artists Open Houses for May 2015. Make sure you pay these houses a visit to view our team members work and maybe even meet them in person! This weekend is your last chance to catch them! View our map here.

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The Fairy Tale Fair:

Back this Sunday at Brighton Open Market for a bank holiday special. Open from 11am the newly regenerated venue will be filled with almost 50 designer and makers – many from the Brighton Etsy team. There will also be face painting, discounted nail art, homemade cakes and Brighton Lindyhoppers dancing at 1pm. Free entry, so bring the whole family! Pop over to their event here, where you’ve a chance to win £5 to spend at the fair: https://www.facebook.com/events/905638669479693/

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Pop Up Vintage, Lewes:

Join them at Lewes Town Hall Saturday 23rd May 10.30-4pm for a wide selection of vintage & retro sellers of furniture, clothing, china, kitchenalia, linens, jewellery, mirrors, glass and so much more plus a Pop-Up Cafe serving delicious cakes and teas!  £1 entrance.

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St Anns Well Festival – Saturday 23rd May. Families and visitors with arts & crafts, children’s entertainment & performances, zorbs, food, dancing, competitions, bungee trampolines, nerf wars and archery. Some of our Etsy team member will have stalls in the craft area.

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Art Trail, Brighton Open Market, Until May 24th.

This May, the community of artists in residence at the Open Market are launching with ‘Art Trail around The Open Market’ as part in Artist Open Houses. AOH is a city-wide initiative that allows the public a unique opportunity to peak behind the scenes and see local artists at work, either in their homes or at the workshops. Sunday May 24th is your last chance to see it!

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Of course it is also the close of the Brighton Fringe festival – so there are lots and lots of activities, events, bands and art to see across the city. Here’s hoping for a sunny weekend!

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