West Handyside Canopy is a covered outdoor space, nestled between Central St Martins and Waitrose, a two minute walk from King’s Cross new shopping and events destination Coal Drop’s Yard. The beautifully restored Victoria architecture, featuring cobbled streets and brick arches, makes this a unique venue for the Fair. Please see below on ‘Getting Here’ for more information.
Find us at: West Handyside Canopy, 1 Wharf Road, King’s Cross, London N1C 4BZ, United Kingdom. Psst. It’s important to search West Handyside Canopy when looking for us.
|ADVANCE PRICING ||FAIR LIVE PRICING*|
(30 June – 2 July)
|Opening Night Thursday 29 June||£25**||Opening Night Thursday 29 June||N/A|
|Early Bird – Adult Ticket (Fri-Sun)||£8||Adult Ticket (Fri-Sun)||£15|
|Advance – Adult Ticket (Fri-Sun)||£12||Concession Ticket (Fri-Sun)||£12|
|Concession Ticket (Fri-Sun)||£9|
|Child Ticket (Under 12)||Free***|
* We advise all attendees to book in advance as entrance on the day is not guaranteed
**Booking fee will apply
***Each child attending must book a Child Ticket. A maximum of 2 Child Tickets per order.
You will be spoilt for choice making your way to our venue at West Handyside Canopy.
TUBES & RAIL
King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria. There are two major rail termini here – King’s Cross and St Pancras. And with Euston Station just 500 metres away, the UK’s major cities are within easy reach.
King’s Cross is reached by 14 bus routes.The routes are numbers 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390 and 476. For live bus travel news, route maps and fare information, click here.
BIKE HIRE AND BIKE PARKING
There are several Santander Cycle docking stations in and around King’s Cross. On-street bike parking bays are marked on this map, plus the bike interchange at Evan’s Cycles between the stations makes bike parking easy and secure. Visit the On Your Bike page for more information on cycling at King’s Cross.
West Handyside Canopy has no-step access.
If you are driving to King’s Cross, the 250 bay Handyside Car Park can be found in the Tapestry building. There are disabled parking bays at The Plimsoll Building and at West Handyside Canopy. See parking on the map.
Opening hours (Public): 8.00-22.00, Monday to Sunday, incl. bank holidays
Opening hours (Residents): 24 hours
Up to 2 hours: £8
2-4 hours: £12
4-6 hours: £15
6-24 hours: £36
Evening rate (17.00-23.59): £8 (Entry must be after 17:00)
6 charging points for electric cars – 5 in standard bays and one in a disabled parking bay all on level 2 next to the lifts.
231 public car parking bays