Wednesday 07 December 2016
The Beat of Soho
If Soho is the heart of London, then Berwick Street is its beating pulse. A thriving mix of independent record shops, bespoke tailors, textile merchants, pubs and cafés blend with fashion boutiques, new concept restaurants and, of course, the world famous Berwick Street Market.
Home to a thriving mix of iconic record store such as Sister Ray, independent fashion boutiques, international brands including Supreme, cult hair salon Bleach, textile merchants and bespoke tailors such as Chris Kerr.
Food & Drink
Explore the diverse restaurants, bars and cafés in Berwick Street, where traditional British pubs sit alongside concept restaurants such as Ember Yard and The Duck and Rice, also playing host to a bustling Soho culture and street food hub.
Berwick Street Market is one of London's oldest, dating back to 1778. Now a bustling foodie destination full of concept traders include Savage Salads, Sub Cult, Freebird Burritos and Jerusalem Falafel. Find the market open Monday to Saturday from 8am until 6pm.
Everything But The Turkey In Berwick Street
Bored of the usual turkey and tinsel? Enjoy an alternative Christmas on Berwick Street.
Meet The Makers of BLEACH
Featuring co-founder Alex Brownsell.
Your Christmas Shopping At This Because
Discover the ethical gift store at 18 Broadwick Street.
Berwick Street Calling Vinyl
Get your vinyl from selected locations around Berwick Street.
Berwick Street History
Built between 1687 and 1703, it was laid out by James Follett and named after his patron, James FitzJames, the first Duke of Berwick.
Look Who's Opening This November
Discover who's coming to the Berwick Street area this month.
The Vinyl Revival: In Coversation
What makes vinyl so special? We turn to music pros and Berwick Street Calling judges Sav Remzi, Simone Butler and Phil Barton to find out.
Meet The Makers of Sister Ray
Discover record shop Sister Ray's journey from selling vinyl at a Camden market stall to their store opening in Berwick Street in 1987.