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.
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 »
A zine is a DIY created publication for self-expression. It can be about anything you want, like personal experiences and stories, drawings, poems, photography, music, films... health, travel, cats, food… Zines can be put together by one person or a group of people and are often photocopied in black & white and stapled. In this zine making workshop, with zinester Julius Smit, we will make a collaborative zine using cut and paste, writing, drawing, rubber stamp lettering, typewriter. Each participant will be…Find out more »
Join us for an innovative programme of free events, installations and special performances and celebrate the creativity of Jean-Michel Basquiat Too Young for What? provides opportunities to develop young people’s creativity and showcases a range of new work with and by young people from across east London and beyond. The day explores what Basquiat and his practice means to young and emerging artists through a range of art forms including music, performance, street art and poetry. Highlights include a talks…Find out more »
We are releasing a monthly zine at each of our remaining parties before the Team finish university. It will be an extension of our existence and purpose. Limited to 50 copies. Get your arses to the Tanners Arms - Newcastle to get your mitts on our print. Keep it real, analogue, and trendy. Available for purchase on the night for £1 (50p for students). La Do + DJ Balanced Diet on the decks for the night. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~…Find out more »
I AM NOT ASHAMED zine (by YA authors Harriet Reuter Hapgood and Eleanor Wood) presents THE BRIGHTON FANZINE TEA PARTY. Come and spend a cosy afternoon with us, making zines and celebrating DIY culture – with cake and music and glitter. Teens welcome! Make your own zine Chill in the zine library Buy personalised zines and books Browse the jumble sale Drink tea and eat cake What you get: Everything you need to go home with a master copy of…Find out more »
Join Papaya Press for a celebratory event to launch its latest zine, inspired by the work of writer Lydia Davis. Featuring commissioned performances from some very exciting artists and musicians. Line up to be announced. There'll also be a series of readings from our What She Knew zine contributors. *We still have a handful of open mic slots still available. Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to take part.* Join us at Empty Shop's TESTT Space. 19.00 -…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 »