LCW 2020 Programme – Coming Soon

London Craft Week 2020 will take place from Wednesday 30 September – Thursday 8 October.

Join us as we celebrate exceptional creativity and craftsmanship from around the world. From household names to those less well known, our aim is to shine a spotlight on what we call ‘unsung creative heroes’. We tell the stories behind some of the world’s most beautiful objects – the material, the maker, the process and the inspiration.

London Craft Week is an opportunity to discover hidden workshops, independent makers, heritage craftsmen, jewel-like shops alongside great luxury houses, famous artists and designers, leading department stores, national museums and contemporary galleries.

For our 2020 edition, look out for 300 Objects – a new exhibition from London Craft Week, hosted by St James’s. 300 objects will feature a beautiful display of work from a wide range of artist-makers, well-known juxtaposed with those yet to be discovered – with all objects available for sale. The artists have been chosen by a team of guest curators with a simple brief: they must select work from an artist, maker or designer that they love.

The full 2020 programme will be announced from next month.

If you are interested in taking part in the LCW 2021 programme or would like to get in touch regarding sponsorship, please contact us at

We are grateful to our founding partner, the Richemont Group, specifically dunhill and Purdey, along with our other sponsors, our series sponsors, our media partners and all our programme partners for their ongoing support, contribution and outstanding content.

A new decade, a new year, a new line-up, same purpose: to present a different type of cultural experience – a temporary rearrangement of the warp and weft of London, allowing unsung hero makers, artists and brands as much sunlight as the world-famous names. A curated selection based not on price or fame, but underlying substance. Plus, that essential dash of magic and inspiration that separates great from good.

Guy Salter, Chairman

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