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We Make London Gallery Cafe


We Make London and The Little House Kitchen have joined creative forces to bring a brand new Gallery and Gluten Free Café space to Kentish Town.

The artist-led venture is the latest of the 'We Make London' shops and markets, a platform created in 2008 to help designer-makers based in London sell and promote their work. Teamed with The Little House Kitchen’s expertise in Gluten Free food it is a recipe for success.

We Make London owner, Mary McDermott and The Little House Kitchen owner, Sarah Kettel met at Camden Lock, both successfully running retail spaces at the Lock for the past 18 months they were enthused with creative ideas when Camden Council and the Gospel Oak Business Forum contacted them to get involved with the regeneration programme for Gospel Oak.

(image (left) credited to Cecily Vessey, image (right) credited to Alice Tams)

The new Gallery Café aims to bring a varied range of art and design work to the area. With new shows each week. Giving artists and designers the chance to showcase and sell in a large space for short periods. As well as art, design, and food workshops and business talks.

The café will sell a fantastic range of 100% Gluten free cakes and sandwiches, artisan blended teas and fine coffees.

The new gallery café opens its doors on the 12th January 2015 and is initially a 3 month pop up space.

The grand opening launch evening for press is on the 14th January, from 6pm – 9pm.

(image (left) credited to Georgia Bosson, image (right) credited to Alice Tams)

Three emerging London based designers Georgia Bosson, Cecily Vessey and Alice Tams come together as 'Studio Klubo' and take the helm for the opening two weeks of new space.