Vintage Underworld

Following the success of their events in Catford and Beckenham, Sunday 20th May sees So Last Century Vintage & Retro Fair popping up in a new south London location, at a venue with an intriguing recent history.
Situated on the Tooting-Balham borders, the White Eagle Club serves the large Polish community and has done since in the area for around 40 years or more, but back in the 1960s it was known as the 211 Club and run by Freddie Foreman, an associate of the Krays.  

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Post War Perfection

Form & Function specialise in stocking the important early furniture of the iconic British designers Robin Day and Ernest Race, who both came to prominence after the war when restrictions were lifted on the Utility Furniture Scheme in 1949.

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Woo Gilchrist
Bumper Year for Pop-Up Fairs

Pop Up Vintage Fairs London have a bumper year of fairs planned around the capital, kicking off on Sunday 15th April at their regular venue St Stephens Rosslyn Hill in Hampstead with 40 plus vintage stalls, live music with The Amorelles performing hits from the swinging sixties plus their Vintage Allsorts Tea Room where you can relax in between shopping.

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