Saturday 6th October
Midday to 6pm
London Alternative Market – “The Pickup”
& LAM Fashion Show – “The Garment Jungle”
Address: ILEC Conference Centre London Earls Court, 47 Lillie Road, London, SW6 1UD
Nearest Tube: District Line to West Brompton (2 min walk) or the Piccadilly Line to Earls Court (10 min walk).
By Road: The venue is located 1/4 mile from the A4, providing easy access to the M4, M5 and M40.
By Rail: Midland and Southern trains as well as the London Overground all stop at West Brompton (2 min)
£8 in advance/
£10 on the door (tickets give you entry to the LAM & Fashion show)
Dress Code: No Dresscode, but kink and creativity warmly welcome. No nudity.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR
Untie yourself from the bed and prepare to participate in the London Alternative Market during the London Fetish Weekend. This event shall mark the 11th year that the London Alternative Market has been involved with the London Fetish Weekend. For this lascivious year, the event shall be held at the ILEC Conference Centre.
This venue consists of 1260 square metres of shopping and show space. It boasts a tremendous pillar free event space to cater for additional saucy stalls as well as allowing effortless entrance, circulation and exit for visitors. The stage area will allow us to put on performances that would have been unthinkable at our previous venues.
The whole day’s events will be compèred by the Irrepressible JOHN PENDAL – International Mr Leather
Stage Show: Rope Bondage Performance
Pets Win Prizes
The Annual LAM Fashion Show
This venue is on the ground floor and is 100% accessible, it also boasts it’s own bar and chill out area, it is situated a few minutes walk from the international Earls Court Exhibition Centre. The ILEC Conference Centre is also in close proximity to the shopper’s paradise of Kensington and Knightsbridge and the stylish cafes and boutique of Chelsea
As in previous years there will be a changing area for those of you who wish to dress up at the venue and cloakrooms for your coats and bags, there is an underground car park and parking is available on local streets
As well as having our own private bar area visitors are free to use the catering facilities at the adjoining Ibis Hotel which include
LA TABLE RESTAURANT – A la carte and daily carvery – offering a seasonal a la carte menu featuring traditional international cuisine, alongside a daily carvery buffet
THE GEORGE & DRAGON PUB – Unwind in a traditional English pub – Enjoy the cosy atmosphere of a London pub, The George & Dragon offers a wide range of drinks, from beers to cocktails, along with tasty pub food: sharing plates, grills, seasonal salads and a wide variety of other dishes
Accommodation – The Official LFW Hotel is the Ibis which adjoins the conference centre – ILEC Conference Centre and Ibis London Earls Court, 47 Lillie Road, London, SW6 1UD // +44(0)207 666 8446 // www.ilecconferencecentre.co.uk/hotel/
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE HOTEL DOES NOT SELL ANY TICKETS TO ANY OF THE EVENTS OVER THE LONDON FETISH WEEKEND – THEY JUST SELL THE HOTEL ROOMS!
If you would like to find out how to book or stall or run a workshop please contact: email@example.com
If you would like to apply to model in a fashion show at the LAM please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pickup (1951) American film noir written and directed by Czech actor and filmmaker Hugo Haas. It was the first American film by Haas, a refugee from Nazi Europe, who went on to make a series of gloomy noirs about doomed middle-aged men led astray by younger femmes fatales. Haas also starred in the film, alongside Beverly Michaels and Allan Nixon. Low-budget, tabloid-lurid story with high camp value of older man falling for much younger beauty who’s busy figuring out how she can kill him now that they’re married.
The Garment Jungle (1957) The struggle of a lady’s garment workers’ organization to unionize a New York clothing sweat shop; the owner of which is determined to keep the union out of his business at any cost. Directors:Vincent Sherman, Robert Aldrich (uncredited) Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Kerwin Mathews, Gia Scala