A new Blue Brazilian Market in the Blue

A brand new monthly event, the Blue Brazilian Market, a celebration of the dance, craft and cuisine from Brazil in the heart of Bermondsey. The first event will celebrate the rhythms and feel of the Carnival Do Brasil

The market event will take place on Saturday 22nd February 2020 from 10am to 5pm at Market Place, Bermondsey, London SE16 3UQ

Hosted by Brazilian community leader in South East London; Danielle Menezes Heath


  • Brazilian food and craft market stalls
  • Carnival Accessories Making Workshop
  • Carnival Dance Steps Taster Sessions
  • Carnival parade
  • Face Painting
  • Mask Making
  • Create a flag
  • Raffle competition

Music and rhythms of the carnival

The first Blue Brazilian Market is all about celebrating the magic of the Carnival of Brasil and music is essential to it with DJ playing songs and Carnival rhythms from different locations in Brazil to get you dancing

Don’t miss the special performance by Khadija Jajue, one of the contestants who’s made it through the blind auditions for The Voice UK 2019.

Watch Khadija singing ‘Underwater Love’ in week 5 of The Voice UK 2019 Blind Auditions

The Blue Bermondsey BID is helping to revitalise the area by supporting new projects in Market Place. In addition to the Blue Latino and Brazilian Markets, you can visit the Make It Blue on the first Saturday of the month, focus on local craft makers and food producers

Blue Brazilian Market 2020 02 22  Poster in English

How to get there?

Market Place, Bermondsey, London SE16 3UQ

  • Underground: Bermondsey station (Jubilee Line), 10 minutes walk
  • Bus: 1, 381, P12 – check out for bus stops near Canada Water, Surrey Quays and South Bermondsey for overground and train connections)
  • Bicycle racks available
  • Car: Limited free car parking on Sunday
  • Disabled parking available


Market Place Bermondsey London, SE16 3UQ

Disclaimer: WISE16 publish public notices from London Borough of Southwark with the aim to encourage participation. Please visit Southwark Council’s website for further in

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