Unlike ‘Florals for Spring’ The May Fair & BBS Mix Concert are groundbreaking! An all day event and pop-up that celebrates spring with inclusive design, music and products.
At Charlie Allen Bespoke
1 Coopers Yard, London N1 1RX
Starting with the launch of the ADDITION Collection – empowering effortless independence and style in any environment. The day will have presentations of stylish, inclusive products and experiences that make a positive difference to people’s lives. There will also be the official launch of DRINK the inclusive glass holder for people who have their hands full, developed with support from the Design Council.
This event will culminate with a celebratory concert, The BBS MIX, (you can see what happened in 2017 here). Proceeds support a bursary for disabled musicians at The Royal Academy of Music. Always a lively affair, now in its 4th year, it will feature world class musicians & a mix of genres & able/disabled musicians. Donations will be taken for drinks provided at the bar. In 2017 we raised £1000+ to help musicians with disabilities explore and improve their talents.
Featured performers & products include:
New act confirmed & by popular demand, the hit of last year’s concert – Soprano Maud Millar will be performing with her unique take on popular arias……..
- James Welland an award-winning music composer.
- Mark Pampel a deafblind pianist and classical composer.
- Christina Bloom, actor, composer/songwriter, classically trained singer and cellist.
- Fran & Flora a ‘string duo bound for glory’.
- Peep Eyewear who restore & modernise vintage sunglasses.
- Indesmed, the’Armani’ of mobility.
- designed2enable, promoting style & function in mobility.
- Zambuni Collective Mongolian Scarves.
- Tovi Sorga contactless bPay (Barclaycard) bracelets
May Fair is free 4-7pm & buy tickets to the BBS MIX concert here (all proceeds go to The Royal Academy Bursary)