Curious encounters ahead. See what we’ve got in store for you this 7 – 10 March.

East London Strippers Collective’s Life Drawing Workshop

You’ll draw poses of strippers in action and take home your sketched masterpiece at the close of the workshop. These unique original life drawing classes are entirely self-organised and hosted by a group called East London Strippers Collective (ELSC), a group of strippers challenging stereotypes and societal attitudes towards strip clubs, by inviting a new audience of onlookers inside. 

Take a class as the model performs a strip show on stage, our class-leader calls out “Freeze!” giving the class one minute to draw the pose before the model continues moving. This section is an intense drawing experience. Once the model is comfortable, the length of the poses follow a more traditional pattern, with five and ten-minute poses at a time.

Each 45-minute class is £15.00 per person. Available for all skill levels – from first-time to doodlers, students, illustrators, and more. Must be aged 18 or older.  No photography allowed in the workshop area. 

Life Drawing Workshop Times (Booking Required)
Thursday, 7 March: 6pm and 8pm
Friday, 8 March: 4pm, 6pm and 8pm
Saturday, 9 March: 2pm, 4pm, 6pm
Sunday, 10 March: 2pm and 4pm 

The award-winning English Winemakers are back as our Official Wine Partner! Join a drop-in tasting session where you can explore the parallels between the worlds of visual art and winemaking, then grab a friend and head to the main bar for a glass of Black Chalk ‘Classic’ sparkling wine or ‘Dancer in Pink’ Rosé.

Drop-in Black Chalk Wine Tasting Sessions (no booking required)

Thursday 7th March: 5-6 PM, 9-10 PM
Friday 8th March: 3-4 PM, 9-9:30 PM
Saturday 9th March: 12-1 PM, 4-5 PM
Sunday 10th March: 2-3 PM

First come, first served. Attendees for the tasting sessions must be 18+.


Interactive art experiences for you to discover and immerse yourself in.

East London Strippers Collective Residency

ELSC x The Other Art Fair’s collaboration is an opportunity to strengthen solidarity between sex workers (SWers) and artists by cultivating an experience that challenges racial and sexual oppression and promotes bodily autonomy.

ELSC exists to create fair working conditions for strippers & SWers. The art world is notorious for its dependence on unpaid labor, poor working conditions & the expectation of sustained precarity.

Read more about their efforts to improve the working conditions in the Sex Industry while challenging the stigma around sex work here.

Alongside their workshops, ELSC will present a curated hang of works from the ELSC community, shoppable onsite.

Tarot Reading

Tune in to the Divine with a unique reading with Purple Diamond Tarot (@purplediamondtarot). She works by helping you connect with the emotional and energetic themes at play, providing guidance and resonance to facilitate greater alignment, well-being, and joy.

Sounds like something you can use? Head over to Purple Diamond’s stand to book your Tarot sessions available for drop-in across the weekend, starting at £15 or £100 for a full/ year ahead session.

Bruce Asbestos x BOOTLEG SHREG

Witty, seductive, and extravagant; Bruce’s playful use of popular culture, commerce, and high art firmly places his own personal brand within the realm of participation, play, and pop. The work utilizes spaces such as social media, the catwalk, and virtual realities to create an accessible path through contemporary art.

Jump into the world of BOOTLEG SHREG, a new mascot for the weird, the left-behind, and the outcast. BOOTLEG SHREG is an ongoing project by Bruce Asbestos (@bruceasbestos) and pays tribute to unusual green characters from pop culture.

Meet New Art. Meet New Artists.

Who’s on your list? Explore the 140 game-changing artists exhibiting with us at The Truman Brewery in London this March.

Have a peek at our exhibitor list.

Beg4 Cred Live Tattooing

Reimagine the traditional with artist-tattooer Samuel Mead, aka( @beg4cred), who connects the ancient practice of tattooing with the symbolism and styles of contemporary art and culture, interpreted through the lens of his unique artistic vision.

Sam is offering a range of flash designs for you to choose from. But if you’re feeling Other, allow him to create an improvised piece of tattoo art, invented in the moment on your skin.

Tattoo appointments will be first-come, first-served. Prices start at £100.

The Other BINGO Station

Collect them all. Stamp your BINGO card here.

A creation by Trin Paints Signs (@trin.paints.signs), our BINGO card for this edition will ensure you don’t miss a thing as you navigate around the Fair.

Club Lune Bleue

Club Lune Bleue (@clublunebleue) blends art and music, elevating the cultural experience and highlighting the vital role of women in shaping the electronic music scene. They’re more than just a club night; they’re a movement that seeks to redefine the nightlife experience.

Join them on a journey where the beats resonate with passion, diversity, and unity.

Set Times:

Thursday, 7 March
5 – 7 PM: Lucy Tun (DJ set)
7 – 9.30 PM: Rihver (DJ set)
Friday, 8 March
5.30 – 6:45 PM: YING
7 – 9 PM: Kloyd (DJ set)
Saturday, 9 March
2.30 – 5 PM: FEMES (DJ set)

Women of The Wick

Discover WOWZINE (@womenofthewick) Issue 2: The Pleasure Magazine, a collection of over 15 personal stories that delve into pleasure, desire, and joy through art, design, architecture, sexuality, and gender.

Step in to create a collaborative “Pleasure” themed memory shrine, explore unique artworks from the wider Women of the Wick community, and meet the makers behind the magazine.



The Other Bar & Tacos

The Other Bar will be onsite all weekend long, brewing up special cocktails and oldie-but-goodie staples.

Once you’ve had your fill of amazing art, head over to Pako Taco (@PakoTaco_UK) for a treat. Their unique tacos are a fusion of Mexican and Pakistani flavours and are bound to delight your tastebuds.

If you’re craving a hot beverage while you browse, stop by and grab a coffee from Monkshood Coffee.



In a giving mood? Select a piece from our charity partner, Choose Love. 100% of funds received through sales of artworks from the Choose Love stand go directly to their work on the ground.

Choose Love (@chooselove) is a restricted fund under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund (registered charity number 1099682). They provide refugees and displaced people all over the world with everything from hot food to emergency medical care and education for children.