We’re back. Birdsong X Beyond Retro, joined by THINX.

We’re back. Birdsong X Beyond Retro, joined by THINX.

Great  news – our cult pop up shop is back for the holidays, in partnership with legendary vintage brand Beyond Retro. Patented period pant brand THINX will also be joining us for the 6th-9th December.

Join us at Beyond Retro Dalston, 92 – 100 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB from 10.30am on Thursday 29th November – Sunday 9th December with events on most nights. Closed all day Monday and Tuesday.

Fans will be able to come hang out, meet the team and shop original clothing, ceramics and prints made for fair wages in London. We’ll be setting up shop and stocking our favourites from Tatty Devine, fashion week designers Clio Peppiatt and Mary Benson, prints, illustrations, independent magazines, and handmade bowls alongside a brand new Birdsong collaboration collection from artist Amy Isles Freeman.

Come and experience the shop written about in i-D, Refinery29, Time Out, Dazed and more. Get free goodies with your visit, from our sponsors at vegan, gluten free beer company Jubel, soft drinks from Karma Cola and fair trade chocolate by Divine.

“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

All tickets sales from events (aside from Bloody Good Fundraiser) will go towards training for some of Birdsong’s lowest income women’s groups. In return on the night, customers also be given a £5 Birdsong voucher, a drink and other freebies.

Tickets and events

Thursday 29/11/18 – Press & Birdsong Flock Opening Night. RSVP to [email protected] for free drinks, discounts and a first peak at the shop.

Friday 30/11/18 – Another Comedy Night that Passes The Bechdel Test. A night of comedy from women at the forefront of feminist stand-up including sets by Kemah Bob & Sara Pascoe. Buy tickets here.

Saturday & Sunday 1-2/12/18 – Crafting weekender in collaboration with Oh Comely magazine, featuring workshops from Katie Jones, Gabriella Marsh and Rosy Nicholas. Buy tickets here.  

Thursday 6/12/18 – Bloody Good Period Party Fundraiser. Sip on a a bloody good cocktail and raise money for period poverty affecting refugees. With talks and stalls from experts at patented period pant brand THINX, Gabby of Bloody Good Period, author/illustrator of Period Natalie Byrne and more. Make a donation here.

Friday 7/12/18 – Sex, Health & Money: Moving Beyond Taboos panel. Chaired by Ladybeard editor and head of social at Refinery29 Sadhbh O’Sullivan, with panelists including activist and model Munroe Bergdorf, journalist Harriet Williamson and playwright Joana Nastari. Buy tickets here.

Sophie Slater

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