Here’s a list of zine and DIY events coming up in the UK. If you’d like to see which ones we’ll be attending or involved with, have a look at our Events and Fairs page.
If you’re hosting or know of an event we should feature here, please contact us and we’ll add it!
Zine Nation also has listings of worldwide zine fests here.
OPEN Pop-Up Shop at Brixton Pound Cafe Abondance Matanda + Jasmine Kahlia, founders of Road Gal LDN are hosting a one-day Zine Fair with workshops, talks and film screening of TOP GIRL taking place during the afternoon. --- OPEN is a collective of accomplished young entrepreneurs & creatives that have teamed up with Livity to bring a week of live events, workshops, talks, displays and exhibitions to Brixton. OPEN believes that many of the problems seen in today’s society are…Find out more »
Grrrl Zine Fair is SUPER excited to be hosting its next event at Village Green Festival. We’re swapping London pubs for a beautiful park overlooking the essex seaside. Expect your fav magic and inclusive Grrrl event but with more workshops, more zines, a sculpture garden, art exhibition, bands and an immersive zine library. ☺ ☺ MUSIC ☺ ☺ 👍 BBZ LONDON DJs BBZ is a monthly exhibition/tun up centred on positive feminine energy and eradicating misogyny for queer women and…Find out more »
Weirdo Zine Fest is a self-publishing fair celebrating DIY cultural production by radical and marginalised people. Preference for tables goes to women, queers, POC, disabled people, trans people, fat people, sex workers and anyone who is otherwise marginalised. The first fair was last year at DIY Space for London and it’s back for a second year in collaboration with Sutton House and Breaker’s Yard in Hackney! This year’s fair will include 20+ stallholders, as well as an afterparty featuring music…Find out more »
A brand new comic and zine fair at Stanley Halls SE25 on the 15th July focusing on London based self & micro publishing Exhibitors include Avery Hill, OOMK zine, Cat Sims, and Darren Cullen. There will be a communal table for visitors to leave their zines and comics to be sold free of charge, and a kids drawing area.Find out more »
A celebration of print! We will be showcasing prints, zines, t-shirts and more from local creatives. So pop your head in and grab a print for your wall!Find out more »
Leeds Zine Fair 2017 - Sunday 10 September. 60+ stalls, food, bar & more. Same venue and format as last year. We'll start taking bookings in the spring, but for now save the date.Find out more »
On Saturday 16th September, the curators of Re:Jacqueline Morreau - Mythologies and the Marginalised will be holding an ALL DAY ZINE FAIR at Bow Arts, The Nunnery Gallery. The fair features feminist zines, trans collectives, the exhibition publication, women in the arts, and more. The zine fair will be followed by a participatory discussion on the topic of zine culture and self-publishing as a way of circulating marginalised narratives, lead by The Feminist Library. Confirmed stall-holders: Vagina Dentata Dysphoria Collective…Find out more »
Bored of the lack of representation, access to alternative education methods and support creatives receive outside London from the press, Editor and Welsh native Tori West has created Publish Cardiff - a day of talks, networking and celebration of all things print. Join us for the day on the 30th of September and support emerging talent at Clwb Ifor Bach. Purchase talk tickets here: bit.ly/PublishCardiff Access to zine fair is free, RSVP: RSVP@bricksmagazine.co.uk TALKS 12:00 pm - Live Q&A with Dazed's…Find out more »
Bristol Comic and Zine Fair celebrates the world of DIY and independent publishing. The fair brings together artists, writers, and publishers from across Bristol and further afield for a one-day market. 2017 will be our 7th year. BCZF was established in 2011 to give artists interested in self-publishing a chance to sell their work and to invite new audiences to see what the UK’s vibrant DIY arts scene is up to. BCZF 2017 returns to The Station, Broadmead, a city-centre…Find out more »
As part of Light After Dark, an exhibtion celebrating past, present and future queer nightlife of London, Grrrl Zine Fair is hosting a feminist, queer zine fair and DIY art market, film screenings and a panel discussion on Sunday 15th October. Curated by Kat Hudson and hosted by Sutton house (National Trust's 15th Centurary, oldest domesticity in East London!) Light After Dark explores the trends and topics that surround the club scene today, remembering lost venues and the history of…Find out more »