May 6, 2015
London’s glitzy, celebrity-backed jumble sale “Rumble In The Jumble” returns this Saturday to East London.
Following the success of last year’s event, which raised £27,000 for charity and saw Elton John’s sparkly suit find a new wardrobe, BBC Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney and The Music Circle are back with the fourth edition of Rumble In The Jumble.
This year a mighty haul of items old and new from various celebs, brands and local businesses will be on sale, along with heaps of covetable vinyl. And what’s more, all proceeds go to a charity that helps empower women around the world.
The vinyl stall, run by The Line of Best Fit, will sell records from 4AD, XL, Warp, Moshi Moshi, Transgressive, Bella Union, Domino and Kristina Records.
Notable music celebs donating their cast-offs to the cause this year include Florence Welch, Alison Goldfrapp, Belle & Sebastian, Laura Marling, Foals, Metronomy, Mark Ronson, Blur, Beth Ditto, Toddla T and Hot Chip. You can also dig out items formerly owned by A-listers like Alexa Chung, Annie Lennox and Nicole Sherzinger.
The sale takes place from 12-6pm at Oval Space, E2 9DT. Entry is £5 with a bag of jumble. More info on Facebook.