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With their experience of running the highly successful Brighton Art Fair and MADE - Brighton Design and Craft Fair, Sarah and Jon have built up a reputation for delivering a craft fair that is friendly and fun without compromising on the originality and quality of the contemporary craft on show and enjoyed by the visitors and exhibitors alike. As they explain, "We are from the craft world ourselves and we exhibit at our shows so we understand from both directions what makes a good show and what works for makers and the visitors. We want to attract the best makers in the country and for the show to still be fun and accessible in terms of a wide range of buyers and prices. Our choice of buildings is important


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the show special. One Marylebone is a stunning John Soane building in Central London, an ex-church which


comprises light and airy galleries on the first floor, an impressive nave with mosaics and stained glass windows on the ground floor and then large vaulted spaces for groups and galleries in the crypt surrounding the cafe."


The show will use all three floors of this beautiful converted church, which is conveniently located directly opposite Great Portland Street tube station and next door to Regents Park. Light meals, great coffee and lovely cake will be available in the double height crypt where visitors can relax and contemplate their purchases.


Tickets:


A number of tickets will be available in advance from the MADE LONDON website: £8 per person or £10 per person on the door (children under 14 free). The ticket price includes a catalogue, listing all exhibitors and a beautiful cotton goody bag - subject to demand. Advance tickets will give priority admittance.


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