Crafty Fox Market have joined forces with Canopy Market for a special Christmas collaboration. From Friday 7th December until Sunday 9th December, you’ll find a selection of the finest Crafty Fox Market stalls alongside the regular Canopy Market. You’ll find us in front of Waitrose, under the canopy! 7th Dec – 9th Dec.
Design Museum family workshop
Bringing their most popular family workshop to Canopy Market this Christmas, come and make a badge or key ring with the Design Museum to take away. Drop in – no booking required. 11 am – 1 pm, 2 pm- 4 pm on Sat 8 Dec.
Canopy Market is run by Real Food Festivals, bringing together some of the country’s top-quality artisan food producers and street food every weekend to West Handyside Canopy. The team also partner with organisations including House of Illustration, Made in Arts London, Makerversity and Cockpit Arts to hosts a changing roster of designers and artists.
Find Canopy Market
Canopy Market is located under the historic West Handyside Canopy, just off Granary Square.
You can find the market under West Handysdie Canopy. If you are unsure where this is at King’s Cross, check out this map. You can also download the map here.
Alternatively, put the postcode N1C 4BH or Waitrose King’s Cross into Google Maps (you will find the market right in between Central Saint Martins and the supermarket).
Using ethically sourced ingredients, with no added colourings and only natural flavourings, Yvette’s Chocolates create unique flavour combinations and chocolate creations through an artisanal 24 hour infusion technique, learned at the Chocolate Academy. Their chocolates include dark chocolate infused with olive oil and a range of ‘barks’ including a salted caramel filling, and single origin bars.
the big MELT
Founded by two sisters with a passion for all things cheesy, the big MELT serve Oozey Gooey Grilled Cheese Toasties using only the finest British cheese, direct from their producers’ family farm, creating three cheese blends along with delicious sourdough bread baked for them by a local artisan baker.
Inspired by the Sicilian street food classic the two Dave’s (the Arancini Brothers) have put their own style and flavour into the traditional golden Arancini risotto balls.
Inspired by the Sicilian street food classic the two Dave’s (the Arancini Brothers) have put their own style and flavour into the traditional golden Arancini risotto balls. From street trading in 2009, the original street food purveyors are back on the streets in their 1976 Leylan Sherpa named Brian.
Their Arancini are also totally gluten free and vegetarian, so almost anyone can enjoy them
Quirky, minimalist jewellery from Nabi London – everything from Harry Potter glasses, to city skylines to geometric animals in miniature.
Elephant Juice Bar
Elephant Juice Bar will be trading from a vintage Bedford van and juicing and pressing only 100% fresh ingredients to make the tastiest, freshest juices and smoothies with a changing menu that reflects the seasonal changes.
Designer Victoria Myatt left an 8-year stint at a luxury accessories label to create Promises Promises, a collection of beautiful, graphic, contemporary jewellery.
Each series incorporates experimental modern and traditional processes to create truly unique and timeless pieces.
Run by cheese-specialist Enrico Messora and partner Ewa Weremi, Heritage Cheese bring together some of the finest traditional cheeses from across England and Ireland, including Quicke’s extra mature clothbound vintage cheddar and their first ever mixed goat and cow milk cheese, Lady Prue as well as stilton from the Peak District, goat’s cheese from Nantwich, Ballylisk triple cream cheese from Armagh.
This Friday Red Squirrel offers practical products of intrinsic beauty and mainly natural materials – things to treasure over time and always have to hand, even when travelling – part of your personal kit to feel confident and comfortable.
Hand-filled cannoli, Sicilian pastries and Italy’s signature Christmas cake – panettone with pistachio butter – from Casa Cannoli.
Love Farina’s Enrico hails from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, i.e. the home of fresh pasta, so it’s little wonder he’s an expert!
He handmakes his traditional pasta live onsite to make sure the pasta is at it’s freshest, and including his delicious range of sauces, everything is made with organic ingredients and the best, authentic PDO products.
For The Good of the People
Seasonal coffee beans supplied by King’s Cross’s own Caravan, roasted in small batches for the best flavour. Your morning cup of Joe is covered.
Seasonal coffee beans of the finest single origin. Roasted in small batches for the best flavour. Your cup of Joe will be served up by For The Good of the People from their vintage Citroen H-Van.
Redhill Farm Estate
Redhill Farm is a relative newcomer to the burgeoning English Wine movement. Launched in 2012 on the Redhill Farm Estate in the village of Wateringbury, Kent, the vineyard covers 20 acres with 7 types of vines, including a sparking, from French, German and Swiss origins and a winery of just 5 tanks.
Bulgogi, the popular Korean BBQ dish, literally means “fire meat”. Marinated slices of beef are grilled on a barbecue to produce a tender, hot-sweet-salty delicacy.
Bulgogi, the popular Korean BBQ dish, literally means “fire meat”. Marinated slices of beef are grilled on a barbecue to produce a tender, hot-sweet-salty delicacy.
BAP Foods make delicious Bulgogi beef steak sandwiches and Bulgogi beef bibimbap rice bowl, another Korean favourite.
Alla Re Due Sicilie
Alla Re Due Sicilie specialise in small scale, artisan produce from across the Sicilian island, including pecorino and Ricotta Salata cheese from Enna; the famous Ragusano DOP, Caciocavallo and smoked Scamorza cheeses from Ragusa; sun-dried tomatoes olives, patè, conserves from Giarre and Salamis from Messina.
Little Bread Pedlar
Little Bread Pedlar is one of the leading artisan bakeries in London, famed far and wide for their incredible pastries and prize-winning croissants, sourcing the best ingredients from local suppliers such as Neal’s Yard Dairy, Mons cheeses, Puntarelle & Co and The London Honey Company.
Limpopo is a traditional craft butcher which only uses the best quality meat and spices, and going by a philosophy that small-scale production ensures love and care for everything they make. They also believe in the five B’s: Biltong, Boerewors, Brandy, Beer, and Braai!
Plain bear is a contemporary minimalist brand which defines less is more.
Beautifully detailed images of animals and nature hand drawn and painted by artist Mia Hawk. T-shirts printed on organic cotton and framed and unframed art prints.
Dedicated to craft and quality, Atelier Salmon select only sustainably sourced salmon, smoked within 48 hours along traditional methods, hand-sliced vertically to ensure the overlaying flavours of the whole side.
Cultured with beneficial bacteria, dense with minerals, vitamins and antioxidants MoKo brew the real, unadulterated kombucha in small batches in Hackney.
No better version of the famous Spanish churros can be found than those made by Churros Garcia. A seasoned, long-in-the-game trader that has kept things simple and delicious: golden, crispy, freshly fried churros, sprinkled with cinnamon, served with valrhona dipping chocolate.
Farmed since Roman times, native Colchester Oysters are considered the best in the world and the Oyster Brothers work with Richard Haward, seventh generation oysterman, to bring the freshest oysters direct from Mersea Island.
Hand-loomed Turkish textiles from Pür. Sustainable, eco-friendly and using 100% natural fibres, they can be used as a beach towel, a picnic blanket, a cover up, or a stylish throw.
Love for Sale
Love For Sale is London’s most booked jazz band with a Blue Note sound honed by over 300 gigs in the last 3 years. If you think jazz has become an elite music, taught in music schools, then come down and meet the liberation movement.
House of Illustration
House of Illustration will be presenting and selling work from emerging illustrators. This is your chance to bag something unique from an up-and-coming artist.
THEO & Co.
Theodore is a multi-skilled performer; a musician, poet and artist. He incorporates sound, visuals, literature and movement into his explorative performances. He plays many genres; funk, reggae, jazz and folk.
Fri 5pm – 8pm
Designed to bring the magic of storytelling into our homes, Isabella creates beautiful prints and accessories for the home, rich in colour and narrative, inspired by her travels.
Take home a piece of history.
Audra’s Brooches is a unique collection of antique, vintage and retro jewellery from the 1880s to the 1980s that can be pinned, clipped or fastened to whatever you fancy.
De Fuego is a award-winning Spanish guitar duo playing energetic instrumental flamenco and rumba-based music. Headliners at a number of UK festivals and they have performed all over the world.
The product of a burger-obsessed wife and a classically trained French chef -who has appeared on Master Chef – Cheeky Burger make serious quality, gourmet and innovative burgers considered one London’s best.
The product of a burger-obsessed wife and a classically trained French chef -who has appearance on Master Chef Professionals- Cheeky Burger make serious quality, gourmet and innovative burgers considered one London’s best.
All of their amazing sauces and relishes are made from scratch, including their homemade ketchup (there aren’t many burger joints out there doing it), chipotle smoky mayonnaise, confit onion relish and their famous Bacon and Jack Daniels jam.
Boom La Tete
Stephane and Crispin of Boom Le Tete bring together gypsy swing and rock ‘n roll resulting in a mixture of original and modified covers showing all the passion and affinity they share for these diverse styles of music.
Stephane Bourquin learned his trade in Paris amongst blues and gypsy musicians, while Crispin Forster played in the world of jazz fusion in London.
As Boom Le Tete Stephane and Crispin bring together gypsy swing and rock ‘n roll resulting in a mixture of original and modified covers showing all the passion and affinity they share for these diverse styles of music
Guasaccaca make proper Arepas, the Venezuela’s street food classic. Natural, gluten-free, Arepas corn buns are grilled and then opened like little pockets and stuffed with beef, chicken, pork or a variety of veggie and vegan options.
The English Flowerhouse
The English Flowerhouse is a proud independent, boutique florist offering carefully sourced seasonal flowers bouquets and arrangements. Find beautiful, hand-made Christmas wreaths and floral decorations.
Head to the Kashmiri Table stall to discover two classic ‘celebration’ teas from Kashmir – Kashmiri Pink tea and Kashmiri Saffron tea aka ‘Kahwa’. Selicious, spiced green tea brewed with spices and saffron, Kahwa is sweetened with honey and garnished with almonds and rosebuds. Enjoy with sweet or savoury Kulcha pastries, just perfect for dipping into tea.
Barncrofts of London
Bandcrofts of London are artisan mixologists who handcraft a unique range of drinks with fresh fruits, herbs and spices to capture the rich, natural and true flavours designed to make cocktails or mocktails in seconds.
Jewellery by architects. Chalk is a design studio run by architect Malaika who creates unusual, geometric, wearable forms. Its collections are influenced by architectural elements, everyday objects and bold colourful cultural patterns. Meet the maker: jewellery-making Demo on the 10th Dec. Stall 15th Dec. Book here.
&New Waste Not Bench
&New’s Waste Not bench – made of 100% recycled post consumer plastic will be installed at West Handyside Canopy. &New is a modern furniture brand created by a British-Finnish design duo Jo Wilton and Mirka Grohn. The airy designs combine an aesthetic of British wit and Nordic simplicity. 30th Nov – 16th Dec.
Demos and stall by Line-us – an internet connected robot drawing arm that encourages encourages drawing and experimenting. It can copy your motion with a pen and recreate whatever you draw on screen, with its own drawing style and character. Sat 15th Dec
Dashel Helmets + tokyobike
Trouping Colour is a designer-led collective, born to create opportunities for young designers with a track record, joining forces in order to exhibit their work at high profile venues. 13-16 December.
Beautiful, organic, ethically-sourced T-shirts and tops made by women, for women. Loskey was founded with the aim of economically empowering women, and involves them across the entire supply chain. 13 Dec – 16 Dec.
Bulb London is a kids lifestyle brand focuses on genderless and timeless designs. Their inspiration comes through the modern, fanciful and minimal living lifestyle in London.
As a fifth generation family owned company since 1908, Crown have built up the skills and knowledge to adapt by combining traditional shoemaking methods with a progressive mindset. Their guiding ethos is; high quality material, precise luxury finishing, and always handmade in Northampton, England – From start to finish. 30th Nov – 9th Dec. Meet the maker on 3 December, book here.
alp design is a studio led by Swiss born London based interior architect and designer Annick L Petersen. alp products will complete your interior design project and bring an elegant and unique style to your home.
Tote Bag Workshop with Chrissa Amuah
A workshop to create your own tote bag for yourself or a Christmas gift, inspired by African textiles and led by Chriss Amuah of AMWA Designs. She has since gone on to establish AFRICA BY DESIGN works to create international commercial opportunities for its featured designers. Since its launch, AFRICA BY DESIGN has exhibited in four cities across four continents. Wed 5th Dec 6-pm – 7:30pm. Book here – limited availability.
Darkroom Bauhaus plate painting workshop
The Darkroom concept is defined by a love for the bold and the brave, the crafted and the curious. Join this workshop at Canopy Market to create your own 12″ ceramic decorative wall plate. 6.30pm on 12 Dec. Book here.
Returning to Canopy Market, Constanza Chorus performs many of the ‘greats’ of the choral repertoire, including Handel’s Messiah, requiems by Verdi, Fauré and Brahms, and Mendelssohn’s Elijah. Fri 14th Nov, 5 – 8pm
The Daily Dream
The Daily Dream offers unusual art prints, paper goods and accessories featuring the illustrations of Angela Britton. Created with pen & ink, watercolours and metallic paints, her trademark style offers something a little different and unique.
Magma London is a South-West London based lifestyle brand specialising in home fragrance, creating all our products in-house, with a particular emphasis on gifting.
Visual artist, illustrator and recent graduate from London College of Communication, Belmin Pilevneli will be selling beautiful handmade notebooks, prints, cards.
Chloe McCarrick is a fine art photographer and mixed-media printmaker, from her London studio and darkroom, she creates bespoke, original and limited edition nature inspired prints and gifts.
Nylon Sky was born out of a love for architecture and graphic form. An independent accessories brand from the U.K, they are now based in Barcelona, Spain.
Smith and Strand
Smith & Strand specialise in hand crafted silk flower accessories.
Starling and Hider
Durable leather accessories for life on the go to contain cards, phones, tablets, laptops & important documents. Starling and Hider use Organically-tanned Italian Pelle Vera Bubble Vegan and undyed natural, wax-polished or vegetable-dyed English Bridle Leather and also upcycle small leather goods.
Nefsika is a London-based illustrator and visual artist and her work concerns personal and collective memory as well as the human condition, explored in moments of transition and often seen through a historical or philosophical context. Her multidisciplinary practice includes digital prints and etchings as well as handprinted accessories.
We Act Company
The home for unique & quirky stationery, cards and art prints. Get ready for so much FUN and a DESIGN overdose from We Act Company.
Jess is a fine artist who creates insect inspired art prints. Her obsession with insects started as a child taking long walks in North London and Cornwall. Her work is about the beautiful and the grotesque, mixing the scary with the stunning to form hybrid insects.
Romor Designs specialises in Japanese textiles crafts, primarily Shibori but also Katazome stencilling and Sashiko stitching. Indigo and natural dyes are used with these techniques to make a range of homewares including statement lighting, throws, cushions, napkins and a range of scarves for women and men.
Jo Angell is an award-winning designer and artist working from her studio overlooking North London’s Alexandra Palace. Using pattern, colour and shapes, Jo creates images applied to textiles, ceramics, cards and fine art prints, some of which feature the iconic Kings Cross gasholders.
Wyckoff Smith Jewellery
Bold and simple contemporary silver and gold jewellery inspired by time hewn natural forms and textures using traditional goldsmith techniques. Michele Wyckoff Smith’s studio is in the Hornsey Town Hall, Crouch End.
By Cecil’s woven textiles are low impact, sustainable and made to last. Made in Britain, designed in a Crouch End studio and produced using traditional weaving practices. Inspired by landscapes, coastline, and London’s modern architecture each collection id designed with colour and textures found in everyday life.
Isabella Lepri Ceramics
Isabella’s work is mainly thrown stoneware and porcelain, glazed with lead-free glazes. She specialises in functional tableware and decorative pieces.