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Past pop-ups


The Collect

pop-up in 500 Oxford street featured eight brands and one artist. The brands championed sustainability, and challenged conventional standards in the beauty and fashion industries.

The Regent Street Edit

pop-up store at 88 Regent Street that featured six fashion and wellness brands, all with a focus on sustainability.

Clothes You’ll Never Wear

An art installation that invited members of the public to attend daily workshops where they created garments made of recyclable materials.

Clothes hung up on a rail and the wall of the Clothes You'll Never Wear pop up shop
Two people dancing in a dance studio
A painting of various colourful running paintdrops in a window

Arts and culture

Black Heroes at The Gallery

An immersive installation that recreated a Windrush living room. A space was created to tell stories of Caribbean heroes, with performances, open mic, and arts therapy, exercise and lifestyle sessions. You could enjoy a Jamaican pattie and the country’s well-known Blue Mountain coffee. Find out more about the Black Heroes Foundation.

A Painting of Two Halves

A performative and participatory exhibition that invited members of the public to use a specialist painting mechanism to pour paint and create a collective artwork.

Shobana Jeyasingh Pop-up Dance School

A vibrant dance hub that enabled passers-by to enjoy high quality live performances that included lessons, choreography rehearsals and creative productions. Find out more about Shobana Jeyasingh Dance School.

PIP at Piccadilly

An inclusive learning space to raise awareness of the skills and talent of adults with learning disabilities and autism in Westminster. This pop-up space exhibited artworks produced by PIP resident artists. The aim was to show how students have overcome barriers to engage with art and society, and dispel myths and stigmas around disabilities.

Take A Moment 

pop-up gallery in Piccadilly Circus encouraged anyone passing through in March 2022 to pause and take a moment to check in on their mental health.

Archive of Us

Artists Ildiko Buckley and Abigail Conway created a socially engaged and participatory project that explored the relationship with objects and the memories attached to them. Find out more about Archive of Us.