Welcome to Charity Shop DJ Productions
We make parties with purpose.
From Village Green to the Royal Festival Hall - We believe the party is an artform; a platform for creative exchange and collective experience.
The Party has the power to break down barriers - to connect, celebrate and inspire - and act as a catalyst for change.
The Art of Partying
The Charity Shop DJ Manifesto:
Alone We Wobble. Together We Rock.
We work with festivals and producers, venues and locations, local, national and international authorities, charities, museums and private companies.
Look through this site to see examples of our national and international work since 2006.
Our events are shaped by partner aspiration, and driven by the creative energy of consensus, planning, and professional delivery.
" To make a big event at the Southbank work you need collaborators who just get on there and deliver something fantastic. Charity Shop DJ do it every time " Wayne Hemingway MBE.
At the heart of Charity Shop DJ is the celebration of people, space, and community.
" What distinguishes Charity Shop DJ and transcends them from being a good company to a great company is that everything they do has a very firm, fully thought out ideological basis. They know what they are doing, and why they are doing it. And the good that can come of their creative endeavour. " Pete Meakin, Producer, Derby LIVE.
If you would like to work with us, or discuss any ideas please contact us on email@example.com or on +44 7803 164394
Download our brochure here
Read about our future Events
Watch these short videos for a flavour of what we do
Here are some examples of our work:
‘Down the Back of the Sofa’ : an interactive venue at the Vintage Festival at the South Bank Centre, which built new partnerships for the Festival with community providers. Read a Case Study
‘The Bombay Picture Palace’: a venue created for the WOMAD Foundation which developed audiences for artists and WOMAD festivals in the UK and Australia. Read a Case Study
‘The Pedal Powered Party: an outdoor party which successfully fulfilled Derby City Council’s commitment to produce a large, accessible and quality event to celebrate the Olympic Games in the city. Read a Case Study.
‘House Party’: a showcase for the pioneering work of Derbyshire County Council with young people in their care. Read a Case Study
‘Pick n Mix Party: a venue at Chesterfield Borough Council’s inaugural Community Arts Festival, which developed audiences for the festival and local artists. Read a Case Study
'To make a big arts event work like Vintage at the South Bank Centre you need fantastic collaborators who get into the swing of it, get into the spirit, and get on there and deliver something fantastic’
Wayne Hemingway MBE
How do you get an 85 year old lady and a school kid dancing together ? Find out here
How do you get the Socialist Workers Party and Hewlett Packard working together ? Find out here
How do you get the chief of police in Normanton on stage with a hoodie and two MPs ? Find out here