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Arts Co & Pure Evil Present The Evil Xmas Fayre


Part selling exhibition, part art installation - there's probably something for everyone at The Evil Xmas Fayre, presented by Arts Co & Pure Evil over 5th and 6th December at The East Room and Sosho (London EC2) between 12 and 5pm.

Pitched as 'a twisted take on a traditional European Christmas fair', the Evil Xmas Fayre is a selling exhibition of original art and prints. But you'll also find Xmas hell at Sosho, where the walls will be wheat-pasted by an army of Santa’s dark helpers (a mystery line up of London's best street artists), along with the Xmas Squat installation by Luc Price aka Cyclops. If you head next door to The East Room, there's also the chance to make your own snowglobe in the magical Snowglobe Lounge whilst also doing the full 'eat, drink and be merry' thing.

Artist selling at the event will include Beatrice Brown, Deadbeat Donny, Ged Wells, Hornhead, Joanna Imrie, Ortiz, Panik, Pure Evil and Soozy Lipsey. The Art Car Boot Fair will also host a section of the fayre with all manner of art works, art ware and services from regular art car booters, while other goodies will include 3D jigsaw cut Christmas trees sprayed by a street artists and stockings packed with fayre art. Just a £1 donation (in support of StreetSmart) gets you in.

Arts Co website
Pure Evil website

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