The Danish Fair 2019

Welcome to the Danish Fair 2019!

Saturday the 18th of May 2019 from 11am to 5pm

The Danish Church in London is once again opening its doors and beautiful gardens in St. Katherine’s Precinct by Regent’s Park for its annual cultural and social event. 

The Danish Fair is co-organized by Danish Women in England and is welcoming everybody with an interest in experiencing Danish culture, food and design to the fair. 

There will be stalls selling traditional Danish food, baked goods and authentic Danish pastries and sweets. A restaurant set up in a garden marquee is serving Danish Smørrebrød (open sandwiches) and beer, and the ‘pølsevogn’ is selling ‘røde pølser med remoulade og ristede løg’ (have a go at pronouncing this yourself and join us to try this unique Danish food experience). 

The design stalls will sell well known Danish design products. 

The pretty walled church garden has a sectioned off area with activities for younger children with a bouncy castle, duck-in-the-pond and other games. 

There is a well-stocked bookstall with books in Danish and English and an area for antiques and vintage Danish items. 

At 3pm the auction will put a number of valuable items up for live auction. Raffle tickets (£2) can be purchased throughout the day and at 4pm the winners of the exciting prizes will be announced. 

All in all, the fair promises every visitor a taste of all things Danish – a bit of genuine ‘hygge’ and a great day out for all ages. Entry tickets are £2 per person. 

Also, kindly help us make the fair 2019 once again a great support for the activities in the Danish Church by buying raffle tickets and invite anyone who you think may be interested in experiencing a little bit of authentic Denmark! 

We hope you will be able to join us. 

Kind regards, 

The Danish Fair Committee

Every year in May, Danish Women in England and The Danish Church in London invite you to The Danish Fair. The Fair attracts many Danes who come along for a festive day and to buy art and craft, design, food and books. In the church garden there are children's activities and food stalls selling drinks, hotdogs and Danish open sandwiches.