Discover the many locations of Teenage Market events taking place in towns and cities all across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland
What People Say
Read what traders, performers, organisers and experts are saying about the impact of The Teenage Market across the UK
The Teenage Market is an amazing platform for people, like myself, to get their work out on display and make some money whilst doing so. It gives people a reason to visit the town and brings business to shops.
Lucy ShawLucy Shaw Art
I first came to The Teenage Market with my college as a graphic design student. Since then, I’ve gone on to create my own line of clothing which is now being stocked in Afflecks Palace in Manchester.
Liam WaltonWrong Crowd Clothing
Being involved in The Teenage Market has opened up so many doors for us as a band. We’ve had gigs booked as a result of performing at events, so it’s a must for any young performer!
Tom and JoshBlank Cheque
The Teenage Market has been a great opportunity to perform in front of new audiences. It’s been a really helpful platform for me to gain followers and I’d highly recommend it to any aspiring musician.
Jennifer HymanMiss Jenem
The public support for the initiative has been incredible. It has added to the positive reputation of Northwich and has been a huge win for all concerned. We look forward to delivering more Teenage Markets in the future.
Denise ValenteThe Market Co.
Events like The Teenage Market really demonstrate the great creativity and business acumen that our young people have. They really add something to the market by selling items which are not currently on sale.
Guy HollowayKettering Borough Council
The future of the high street isn’t going to be decided by old retail experts, but by young people. Projects like The Teenage Market show that young people can bring passion, enthusiasm and innovation to town centres which they still love and use.
Dan ThompsonRevolutionary Arts
The Teenage Market is a fantastic and cost-effective way to bring a real buzz into a town centre. Instead of worrying about what there is for teenagers to do in your town, why not give them the space to show you what they can do with your town?
Julian DobsonHow to Save Our Town Centres
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