Our cult pop up shop is launching again in time for the festive season, this time in Soho.
Expect the best in social, sustainable & womxn led brands. Find the gifts worthy of the best people in your life.
Fantastic workshops, launch parties, free drinks, thought provoking panel discussions and our artist in residence Ellen Rock.
Our stores have been press favourites for years - come and experience what Stylist, Dazed, i-D, Refinery29 and the Evening Standard have been raving about.
Featuring Social and Sustainable brands such as: Goldfinger Factory, AK Threads, Mini Stitches, Aerende, BEEN, Craftivist Collective, Clio Peppiatt, Collage Club London, Goodwash, Upcircle Beauty, Earl of East, Hopeful Traders, Amy Isles Freeman, Gabriella Marsh, Soap Co, Positive News, DAN & MEZ watches & more.
Our events schedule
Collage Club Workshop - Wednesday 13th November - 6:30- 8:30pm
We're delighted to be bringing Collage Club to our pop-up for an evening of ripping, sticking, cutting and pasting.
The collage table will be laden with gorgeous magazines, paper, stickers, tapes and plenty of scissors and glue to get busy with.
Guests will be guided through a series of collaborative warm-up activities before they set to work on their own paper-based masterpieces.
We'll also have a stash of festive materials in case anyone wants to get ahead with their Christmas crafting. Tickets are £10 + booking fee and are available here.
Launch Party - Thursday 14th November - 6:30- 8:30pm
Join us to celebrate the end of our Crowdfunder campaign and kick off the shop in style. Meet the Flock, listen to some great tunes, while checking out our beautiful selection of ethical, sustainable fashion and gifts. Free, delicious bottles of gluten-free, peach, elderflower and grapefruit craft lagers will be served courtesy of Jubel.
Think Locally, Act Globally: A Birdsong In-Store Panel - Friday 15th November - 6:30- 8:30pm
Using the framework of “Think locally, act globally”, we’re encouraging a discussion about the health of the planet as a whole, and how to take action in our own communities and cities.
With a bombardment of bad news from near and afar, how do we can we practise being active citizens without combusting? How do we show up for causes important to the greater world and the ones nearer to home, with a million issues to learn about at our fingertips?
Tickets are £5-£10 and available here. Book in advance to guarantee entry.
Birdsong artist in residence, Ellen Rock.
Formerly known as Nelly Rose, Ellen is a practising print designer and textile artist with a focus on global artisans and craft. Her career has taken her to Nepal, Indonesia and most recently an in store mural for the Birdsong shop.
Karan is director of OKRA Studio, an architecture, design, research and education collective specialising in projects that benefit communities old and new.
Ayesha Tan Jones
Ayesha is a multidisciplinary musician, activist and artist, known for their Shadow Sistxrs Fight Club self defence classes, and Gucci protest against mental health as a fashion statement.
Juta Shoes Wallet Making Workshop - Saturday 16th November - time TBC
Make your own hand crafted samosa wallet with Juta Shoes - an award-winning social enterprise based in East London that empowers women who face barriers to work.
Your wallet will be made in sustainable materials, including leather upcycled from local factory offcuts and reclaimed vegan materials.
Every ticket purchased provides well-paid, meaningful employment for Juta's skilled makers and gives a second life to reclaimed leather that would otherwise be destined for landfill.