Birdsong 2.0 May Pop Up Weekender

Birdsong 2.0 May Pop Up Weekender

Rachel Manns Photography. Creative direction, set design, hair, make up and styling by Khandiz Joni and Alice Wilby at Novel Beings.

Birdsong is back, with a new collection and visual identity to reflect the cultivation of our brand and years of social impact across the capital.

At The Atrium, King’s Mall Shopping Centre, W6 9HW from 10am-9pm on Wednesday 1st May – Tuesday 7th May. Reduced hours Sunday and Monday – full timings on Facebook.

Celebrate with a bank holiday week of events from Craftivist Collective, Bread & Roses, Grrrl Zine Fair and more. Tickets for workshops are first come, first served. Come 10 minutes before each workshop with a sign up to guarantee entry.

Take a portrait in our new collection with #DressInProtest and @birdsonglondon tagged and get £10 off your order (above £100) and be in with a chance to win your entire purchase.

Workshops and Events
Saturday 4th May, 11am-12pm
Solidarity Bunting for Kids Workshop with Craftivist Collective
Care-givers and kids will really enjoy this fun diy bunting project, which not only teaches children what solidarity means but also how we can all, regardless of our age, practice being the change we wish to see in the world standing together and standing up for each other. Kids must be supervised by a care giver, and this activity is only suitable for ages 7 – 12 as sewing is involved.

Sunday 5th May, 11am-5pm (all day drop in, no need to book)
Grrrl Zine Drop in Workshop
Guided by queer, working class artist and Grrrl Zine founder Lu Williams. Explore the history of zine making, particularly within feminism, contemporary zine culture, and walk away having created your own DIY publication.

Monday 6th May, 2pm – 3pm
Floristry Workshop with Bread & Roses

Learn how to make a hand-tie arrangement with head florist Liv Wetherly. Liv has years of experience working for some of London’s best known flower shops. Bread & Roses is a social enterprise which trains refugee women in floristry and in the process provides them with the space to learn English, develop skills and build their confidence. All of this helps women on their pathway to employment.

“Your fave feminist pop up shop” – Dazed
“Leave looking fantastic, absolutely guilt-free” – Refinery29
“Birdsong: The Badass Feminist Shop With A Conscience And A Vision” – Grazia

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