Market Loving Londoners Unite! Canopy Market Re-Opens In King’s Cross Today

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Canopy Market is returning to King’s Cross today (28th April) and it’s set to be a regular treat because they’ve only gone and become a monthly market!

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Expect all the treats from last year’s pop-up events but bigger and better than before, as now the market is in collaboration with Real Food Festivals. Located under the restored Victorian West Handyside Canopy, this market will run for the last weekend every month. The market will include everything you could possibly need, from artisan produce and street food to craft beer, live music and DJs.

If you’re a music lover, you’re in luck as there will singers, songwriters, jazz and blues to serenade your street market extravaganza! Or if vintage finds are more your type of thing, browse through unique one-off pieces at The Hendersons or artwork from emerging artists, handpicked by House of Illustration.

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At this market, there really is something for everyone but of course, we couldn’t forget about the food (does anyone ever?) and with a list of flippin’ amazing traders, be sure to grap a napkin, fork and make your way round.

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Traders include cured meat lovers The Charcuterie Board whilst hand-selected cheeses come courtesy of Borough Cheese Company. Looking for a sweet treat? Bad Brownies are the baddest in the brownie game and are sure to top your trip off with some kind of devilishly good fudgy delight.

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Canopy Market opens today (28th April) from 12-8pm and is open from 11am-6pm for the rest of the weekend. Free entry and for more information, visit their website.

West Handyside Canopy, Just off Granary Square, King’s Cross, N1C 4BZ

Morgan Cormack

Morgan Cormack

A born and bred East Londoner, Morgan tends to split her time strolling around food markets, being squished in London crowds due to her small stature or trying to firmly define the term "trendy". Essentially, a part time writer but a full time food lover.