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.
Exhibition and Zine launch Featuring work aimed at the theme of ANTI. On the night there will be a exhibiton and also the launch of the first volume of ANTI a zine showing work from local talents.Find out more »
Hello I am publishing a zine and also putting on a gig. Entry is €5 which gets u a zine and also a gig. The zine is called UNPREDICTAPPLE and is loosely about apples. (You can still submit to this zine until June 1st) The gig will be: Readings (from such artists as Alicia Byrne Keane and Jess Bernard and maybe even a surprise guest from Singapore) Then music from: Slouch Segrasso Poster artwork by Conor Nolan cnrnln.netFind out more »
Calm your election night jitters by joining WHIP at the Peckham Pelican for the launch of our first issueFind out more »
SORT ZINE: THE CULT ISSUE (photo by Derek Ridgers for SORT Zine – more information soon) LINE-UP: Antonio Mingot https://soundcloud.com/antoniomingot NAKED (Live+DJ) https://soundcloud.com/naked Soonbe (Live) https://soundcloud.com/soonbe Never Worse (Live) https://soundcloud.com/never_worse Slugbait Venus Flytrap www.sort-studio.co.ukFind out more »
After a brief hiatus, the Runt is back to baffle minds once again! For issue 10 of our beloved zine, our theme is that of Madness. Forever the booty call of controversy, we selected this theme in order to generate the question: what does it mean to be 'mad'? For some, this was a way to channel their appreciation of authors such as Lewis Carroll or Edgar Allan Poe into loving homage. Others provided some thought provoking pieces that reflected…Find out more »
join us for another evening of letters, read aloud. letter-reading is open-mic, just sign up on the night. letters might be fiction or nonfiction. they might be to people, places, or things. they might never have been sent. they might be to you. PLUS : the launch of the OPEN LETTERS zine, available to pre-order or buy on the night. AND: the first 15 people buying/collecting preorders will get a free toteFind out more »
Browse the collection of 200+ zines gathered together by Twigs & Apples A Preston-based zine & print-making project which began in 2009. The collection includes self-published works on themes of art, photography, creative writing, poetry, music, activism, politics, environmentalism, feminism & more. come and have a cup of tea & biscuits / have a read and a rest / contribute to new collaborative zine Contribute: We are also taking submissions from Lancashire & North West based artists/writers etc on the theme of NAUGHTY. Following…Find out more »
Join us on July 7 for Digbeth Frist Friday with the final evening of Lucy Mclauchlan’s residency at Centrala! We will celebrate of the launch of Lucy’s zine documenting her investigation along the highways and byways of Birmingham. From 8pm, there will be Music, Centrala’s specialty cocktails and Craft beer!Find out more »
Over the last few months, we've been hard at work to create a bi-annual magazine for young Muslims, by young Muslims. We are excited to share the zine & all the amazing content. Why do we need this? We all know how badly represented Muslim communities are in the media. From the Evening Standard to so called self-appointed spokes people, think tanks and organisations. These organisations and individuals cause are community more harm than good. Why are they always theorising…Find out more »
Achilles! is a fanzine about the Achilles Street area in New Cross, South-East London, which is under threat of regeneration by Lewisham council. 4 blocks of houses and 2 rows of shops face potential regeneration, a euphemism for total demolition. The zine is a space celebrating the existing area and people of Achilles Street. It is a time capsule, a love-letter, a plea for a conversation around regeneration. Featured are profiles on residents of Achilles Street, emphasising their personal histories…Find out more »