The Dock Christmas kicked off last night with our late night shopping evening, over four hundred guests enjoyed Veuve Clicquot champagne and Dock Kitchen chestnuts at our London Shop. Wrap magazine were on hand to offer a free gift wrapping service, Mr. Smith gave letterpress tutorials and Lighthouse Knitwear showed of their skills in a knitting workshop.

The Dock Christmas continues with Molly's Tea Room serving up home-made granola, jams and gingerbread over the weekend and Kitchenette is open for cocktails every evening 5pm-midnight. on Sunday Dock Kitchen bring their secret list of suppliers to the market with Natoora fruit and vegetables, Argan Oil, Cool Chile Co. and homemade mulled wine brewed and sold on the terrace as a Sunday-shopping warmer.

8th-11th December

Wharf Building
Portobello Dock
344 Ladbroke Grove
London, W10 5BU

Friday - Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 11am-4pm

Exhibitors at The Dock Christmas Festival
Cire Trudon
Fine Cell Work
Hikaru Noguchi
Idea Books
Land by Dean
Lighthouse Knitwear
Made A Mano
Mobach Ceramic
Mr Smith’s Letterpress Workshop
Oh So Fine
Piet Hein Eek
Present and Correct
Simon Hasan
Sort Of Coal
Tom Dixon
Yvonne Kone