A new and exciting venture from the Flea Market team*, a market dedicated to all things mid-century – mid 20th century to be precise!
Launching Sunday 1st October and running quarterly thereafter this is the chance to get in at the start of what promises to be a popular fixture in the Drill Hall’s programme.
From its origins in the New Style & Bauhaus through the plywood and plastic revolution of the ‘50s and ‘60s to the kitsch and colourful designs of the ‘70s, we are bringing together the best of what Scotland and North England’s traders have to offer under the Drill Hall’s iconic Sir Rowand Anderson designed roof.
We are offering special introductory discounts on stand fees for traders who have enough good quality stock to take part. Flexible L-shaped wall dividers to make room settings and stands shaped and sized to suit your needs.
If you are interested in taking part then please contact Stephanie on firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number and website/ online shop (if you have one), or phone Stephanie or Chris on 0131 555 7100. An admin and promotional fee of £20 will be required to secure your space.
Should you need it, we can provide:
Room dividers for scene setting/ room sets
Unloading slots on Saturday afternoon/ evening/ Sunday Morning.
Level access and easy load/ unloading – partial drive into venue.
Porters to assist with loading/ unloading.
Prices that suit your requirements – special introductory discounts
The Drill Hall Flea Market currently attracts approx 10,000 customers a year and stallholders from all over Edinburgh and surrounds, as far as Glasgow and the North of England.
We have been featured in publications including: The List, The Guardian, The Skinny (voted Edinburgh’s best second hand market), The Edinburgh Evening News, and The Scotsman.
Some comments from our customers:
“Great day out with lots of treasures. Great cafe with lovely staff and veggie options!”
“Always a surprising set up, with fab finds to be found”
“Great treasure zone..even better now that I’m doing a stall there!!”