Theatre Deli will be hosting a market for Refugee Week on the 22nd June in our central London venue. The event will be at 3pm-10pm. 

We would like to invite sellers or small businesses from refugee backgrounds to have a table at the market to sell their products. This could be, but not limited to, artworks, artisan products, beauty and skincare, snack food, accessories, clothing, gifts. 

To reserve your table we will need a small refundable deposit of £15 to secure your place. Please get in touch with us if this prohibits you from applying and we can arrange something so that cost isn’t a barrier. You will keep 100% of your sales. Theatre Deli will cover card fees for sales through our system.

If you are interested in having a table please email [email protected] with the following information 

  • 3 images of what you’d like to sell 
  • Social media handles/website if you have them 
  • A short description of you and your business 
  • If you have a card machine to take payment (this isn’t compulsory but it’s just helpful for us to know for organising) 

We can’t wait to hear from you! Please email if you have any questions or if we can do anything to make your application more accessible.

Deadline for applications is 20th May

About Refugee Week 

Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June, Refugee Week is also a growing global movement.

Through a programme of arts, cultural, sports and educational events alongside media and creative campaigns, Refugee Week enables people from different backgrounds to connect beyond labels, as well as encouraging understanding of why people are displaced, and the challenges they face when seeking safety.  Refugee Week is a platform for people who have sought safety in the UK to share their experiences, perspectives and creative work on their own terms.

Refugee Week’s vision is for refugees and asylum seekers to be able to live safely within inclusive and resilient communities, where they can continue to make a valuable contribution.