Save up to 50% at London Craft Week events

Telegraph subscribers can claim fantastic offers at a seelction of events held at London Craft Week this May. 

From May 3-7 2017, the third edition of London Craft Week takes up residence in the capital. This annual event showcases the very best international and British creativity and craftsmanship through a ‘beyond luxury’ journey-of-discovery. The curated programme brings together over 230 events from all corners of the globe fusing making, design, fashion, art, luxury, food, culture and shopping. 

From the V&A to The Shard and RADA to The House of Lords, London Craft Week is spread across the capital’s iconic buildings, influential institutions and off-the-beaten track side streets. The programme spans a broad spectrum from unknown makers to celebrated masters, famous designers, brands and galleries. Emerging and established makers and artists such as Tom Raffield, Bill Amberg, Felicity Aylieff, Julian Stair and Grayson Perry feature alongside luxury brands including: founding partner Vacheron Constantin, Princess Yachts, Rolls Royce and Mulberry and fashion designers include Vivienne Westwood, Mary Katrantzou, Ralph & Russo and Hussein Chalayan.

London School of Dry Stone Walling Workshop at Southwark Cathedral

Workshop at Southwark Cathedral Thrusday, May 4 - Saturday, May 6 workshops, 10.00am – 12.00pm, 12.30pm – 2.30pm, 3.00pm – 5.00pm

Location: Churchyard, London Bridge, SE1 9DA

For the first time at Southwark Cathedral’s churchyard, London School of Dry Stone Walling hosts a short course. Participants are offered a practical introduction to the heritage and craft of building walls using natural stone without mortar.

Offer: Save 50%, tickets only £17.50 (usual price £35). 

Making Costumes for Television with Ray Holman at Angels

Thursday, May 4, 11.00am – 2.00pm

Location: Angels, 1 Garrick Road, NW9 6AA

See how costumes are made for TV and film with a tour around BAFTA winner Angels before joining a talk with costume designer Ray Holman and costume maker, Chris Kerr who will discuss their most iconic work, from Sherlock’s famous Belstaff coat to revealing the original Dr. Who design sketches and finished costumes.

Offer: Save 50%, tickets only £12.50 (usual price £25). 

Daphne Krinos at Studio Fusion with Brian Kennedy

Talk, Thursday, May 4, 6.30pm

Location: 1.06, first floor riverside, Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge house Street, South Bank, SE1 9PH

Daphne Krinos will features alongside makers Tamar de Vries Winter and Rebecca De Quin at the enamel specialist gallery, Studio Fusion, based at the Oxo Tower, in a curated exhibition by Brian Kennedy called Metal Scapes.

Offer: Save 50%, tickets only £4 (usual price £8). 

Princess Yachts Press Event at Hotel Café Royal

Friday, May 5, 10.00am, 12.00pm, 1.30pm

Location: Hotel Café Royal, 68 Regent St, W1B 4D

British luxury yacht maker, Princess Yachts, bring their Plymouth-based craftsmen from the furniture and metal workshops to London to demonstrate their fabrication techniques, attention to detail and innovative designs. Alongside this, students from Plymouth College of Art showcase their crafts & artisan distillers Plymouth Gin, provide signature Princess cocktails.

Offer:  Save 20%, tickets only £16 (usual price £20). 

Bruichladdich Whisky Tasting Workshop at Reverend JW Simpson

Wednesday, May 3, 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Locartion: Rev J W Simpson, 32 Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 2QJ

Join Abigail Clephane, Brand Ambassador at The House of Bruichladdich, to learn about the legendary and artisanal Islay single malt whiskies, for which terroir and authenticity matters.

Offer: Save 20%, tickets only £16 (usual price £20).

Matthew Raw talk at Ragged School Museum

Thursday, May 4, 2.00pm – 3.00pm

Location: Ragged School Museum, 46–50 Copperfield Road, E3 4RR

Artist Matthew Raw exhibits a new body of his sculptural ceramic work at the Ragged School Museum in Mile End. The exhibition Clad explores our individual roles in the changing nature of the areas in which we live. Supported by Arts Council England. Exhibition runs until 14th May.

Offer: Save 20%, tickets only £6.40 (usual price £8).