Fair Programme


Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water launched in the UK in early 2005, the brand name chosen due to fever tree being the colloquial name for the cinchona tree in which quinine, a key ingredient for tonic, is found. The highest quality quinine was sourced from the Rwanda Congo border and blended with spring water and eight botanical flavours, including rare ingredients such as marigold extracts and a bitter orange from Tanzania. 



In this room in the corner of the Fair, we don’t paint. We don’t sculpt, we don’t collage, we don’t photograph. We leave that to the people outside, the people who call themselves artists. In here, there is a different kind of challenge. It might be something you do every day, but that doesn’t make it easy. There is an art to these things, after all.

Bring the calling card you get as you arrive to the white room for a 15-minute performance art event that totally depends on you. Just join queue 1, or queue 2, and soon everything will become clear.

Following 2014's untitled (audio with pen), in which Fair visitors imagined themselves as renegade art vandals, non zero one return to The Other Art Fair with an interactive performance event that puts visitors right at the centre, and questions who the artists are after all.

Who are non zero one?

non zero one make interactive performances that enable participants to have both shared and personal experiences. the company’s work activates people by exploring the relationships between them and using creative approaches to space and technology. both playful and challenging, it raises questions that resonate long after the performances themselves. the six artists collaborate to devise, produce and manage all of non zero one’s work.



Quench your thirst with a delicious craft beer from Meantime Brewing Company, an award winning modern craft brewery, based in Greenwich, London. The brewery was founded 15 years ago, pioneering the craft beer movement in the UK. The emphasis is on quality, innovation and range, with a nod to the traditional beer styles that made London the brewing capital of the world in years past.



Calling all arty adventurers!

We invite younger visitors to immerse themselves in the art at the fair.

Unleash your child’s artistic flair as they follow a creative treasure hunt around the fair and complete arty challenges. Suitable for ages 3-10. 

Here are the talented winners from last year's treasure hunt...


A lively talks programme featuring panel discussions on subjects pertinent to the contemporary art world with a particularly focus on today's emerging artists. Past speakers included Zavier Ellis (CHARLIE SMITH London) and Edward Lucie-Smith.


A curated programme of music from leading DJs alongside unique performance pieces from contemporary performers fusing video, theatre, music and visual art.