Things to do in London this Sunday

Forget about your day of rest with our tips for what to do this Sunday in London

Finish your weekend in style with our guide to the best entertainment, events and places to go in London this Sunday, featuring an array of fantastic ideas that show the city at its best on this day of rest.


Frock Me! Vintage Fair

Frock Me! returns with some of the best vintage the capital has to offer. Catering to everyone from serious collectors to fashion enthusiasts, Chelsea Town Hall will be filled with over 50 stalls of vintage and designer clothing, accessories and jewellery. Expect swing coats, cashmere and enough flapper dresses to keep the cast of Downton happy. Hungry shoppers can recharge at the nostalgic pop-up café, hosted by Brighton's Blackbird Tea Rooms.

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Chelsea Old Town Hall Until Sun Mar 29

Hackney DIY Art Market

The people behind Hackney’s monthly Flea Market bring you the DIY Art Market, a celebration of London’s emerging independent artists and makers. With over 50 handpicked exhibitors, it’s a great way to discover unique pieces at affordable prices. Items for sale include everything from comic art and mix tapes to screen prints, paintings and origami.

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EPIC Dalston Until Sun Mar 29

Sunday Love

Critics' choice

Grasp the end of the weekeend by the collar and wrestle it onto the dancefloor at this new series of super-cheap Sunday night parties. Held at Islington party boozer The Old Queen's Head, the series features great DJs (including Marshall Jefferson, Daniel Wang, Ivan Smagghe, Jack Savidge, Artwork) spinning all kinds of deep house, techno, trippy disco, bass and more.

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Old Queen's Head Until Monday April 6 2015

Rosewood London’s Slow Food & Living Market

Grand Holborn hotel Rosewood London is putting its inner courtyard to good use every Sunday by hosting a food market with the Slow (sustainable, local, organic and wholesome) Food and Living ethos at heart. All 30 of the traders are endorsed by Slow Food and Living, and shoppers will be able to fill fridges and pantries with such treats as Hansen & Lydersen Fish, Bath Soft Cheese, Chegworth Valley vegetables, Dark Arts Coffee and plenty more.

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Rosewood London Until Sunday August 30 2015

Chatsworth Road Market

The market that spawned Sir Alan Sugar’s business success via a shampoo stall, Chatsworth Road has reopened its stalls after dwindling trader numbers forced the market to close its doors in the 1990’s. Flash-forward over ten years later and the market is back with 40 stalls a week offering up vintage children’s wear, ethical clothing, original paintings and more. The market also has a huge range of food carts, including falafel from Hoxton Beach, Mexican food from the Quesadilla Cart and German sausages from Herman ze German. Over 50 percent of traders live in the surrounding postcode areas, making the market a truly local affair. Entry is free, or £25 to hire a stall, and there’s also an entrepreneurial scheme, in which local residents are given the opportunity to test run a business idea with four free weeks on the market.

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Chatsworth Road Market Until Sunday July 5 2020
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George S
George S

Please recheck the Sunday Love event because I already booked 2 tickets for this Sunday the 15th, only to find out that the event starts on the 22nd of February! 


I like these ideas there very fun things to iv been on other webs and they give you rubbish plans unlike this website there very very interesrting so ill give a 4 star


PS my favorite Sunday haunt is Church Street in Stoke Newington - Turkish coffee, fresh juices, mediterranean breakfasts and vintage clothes. Also an old school DVD rental shop with the discs arranged by director, not 'category', for that afternoon veg out.