WOW Marketplace

10 –⁠ 12 Mar 2023, 11.30am
across the site
Art & exhibitions
Image courtesy of The WOW Foundation

Come and explore the heart of the festival, a bustling indoor market showcasing women- and non-binary-led businesses, charities and activist organisations.

Selling beautiful products and offering insight into important issues, the WOW Marketplace is the heart of every WOW – Women of the World festival around the world.

Shop with illustrators, jewellery, clothing and food brands, all owned and run by women and non-binary people, and discover charities and organisations including Womankind Worldwide, Laydeez Do Comics and Shrubs & Dubs.

Equimundo, who work to achieve gender equality by promoting care, empathy and accountability among boys and men, is in the WOW Marketplace all weekend to talk about their work.

There’s also a series of free workshops and activities taking place throughout the weekend within the marketplace. Get your nails done with Art Against Knives, wrap Mother’s Day gifts with Beauty Bank and learn about caring for your textured hair with Kinky Apothecary.

Discover a curated selection of brands and products at The WOW Shop, where every purchase supports The WOW Foundation in building a global movement for gender equality.

If you want to find out more about what WOW does all year round, come and chat to us at our WOW Changemakers stall, plus artist Nadina Ali leads thought-provoking interactive activities.

Other brands at the WOW Marketplace include Janet’s List, University of London, The Enthusiast and Asan Wellness.

The Samaritans are also in the WOW Marketplace throughout the festival, on hand to provide mental health support if you want to talk.

WOW London also contains a programme of ticketed events, with Day Passes for Friday, Saturday and Sunday giving you access to dozens of workshops, talks and performances.

Dates & times

10 –⁠ 12 Mar 2023, 11.30am


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