We are pleased to announce that the Limmud Shuk (market) is returning to this year’s Festival for the first time since 2019!
The Shuk is a place for Limmudniks and members of the wider community to sell their wares. This could be anything from jars of honey to your awesome selection of handmade Kippot – anything goes, as long as it’s in keeping with our Limmud values.
The Shuk will be opening its doors for one day only on Tuesday 26th December, hosting stalls from both sellers and partner organisations.
This year we are also opening up stalls in the Shuk to partner organisations to shout about the great work they do. If you are an organisation who would like a stand for promotions, please get in touch by filling out this form and we will get back to you as soon as we are able. The cost for this stand is £150 and it will be set up for you on the same day as the Shuk, in the same location. This will provide maximum foot-traffic and a great atmosphere!
To register a stall at the Shuk, please provide your stall information here and we’ll be in touch soon. After your stall has been approved, you can purchase your stall via our booking form. See below for booking instructions:
Booked your Limmud Festival ticket already?
If you have already booked your ticket for Limmud Festival, and want to buy a stall for the Limmud Shuk on Tuesday 26 December, then please provide all your stall information here and we’ll be in touch soon. After your stall has been approved, please email or phone the Limmud Office at +44 20 3115 1620, or email@example.com, and quote your booking reference number. We can update your booking for you and confirm your stall.
Haven’t booked a Festival ticket and what to sell and attend Limmud Festival?
If you have not booked a ticket for Limmud Festival, and want to be a seller at the Limmud Shuk on Tuesday 26 December, then you can still reserve a stall on the booking page. Please provide all your stall information here and we’ll be in touch soon. After your stall has been approved, you can book your Limmud Tickets normally as you would online.
Please remember to add the £50 stall to your booking. There is no need to purchase meal tickets if you are purchasing a Limmud Festival ticket. If you have any questions about your stall, please contact the commerce chairs, or if you need help with your booking, contact the Limmud Office at +44 20 3115 1620 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Haven’t booked a Limmud Ticket (and only want to sell in the shuk)?
If you would like to come to Limmud Festival on Tuesday 26 December to be a seller at a stall, then you can still reserve a stall on our booking page. Please provide your stall information here and we’ll be in touch soon. After your stall has been approved, you can reserve and pay for your stall via our booking page or by phoning the Limmud Office at +44 20 3115 1620.
To make sure you are only reserving and paying for your stall and not a Festival Ticket, please choose the Tuesday non-residential day place option, fill out your details, and only fill in the ‘added extras’ section on your booking. Choose how many stalls and sellers you are registering. If there are multiple sellers, then please select ‘add another participant’ and include their contact information too on your booking.
We unfortunately cannot offer financial assistance to any non-residential sellers. Please use this discount code to waive the Festival Ticket fee. MRP7JF. This is a unique code which can only be used for sellers. If you do have any issues using the form, please contact the Limmud Office.
Help us with our aim to make Limmud Festival Net Zero! We will not accept single-use plastic or flyers as part of your Shuk stall. For more information and guidance on Net Zero, see our page here.
Our Limmud Bookshop is back again, running from Sunday 24th to Tuesday 26th December. A range of second-hand Jewish books will be on sale alongside new books written by talented members of the Limmud community. Unlike the Shuk, the bookshop is run by Limmud and authors do not sell their own books, Limmud volunteers do.
In the past, the bookshop has been a place for solely presenters to sell their books… but this year we’re opening the floor to any Limmudnik who thinks they have a bestseller on their hands! Books should ideally be relevant to the Limmud audience and must be in keeping with our Limmud values.
To express interest in selling books at the Limmud Bookshop, please fill out the form here and we’ll be in touch soon.
A maximum of five different books are allowed. Every book you’d like to sell must have a minimum of 5 copies, and a maximum of 30 copies.
How will payment for books be taken? Our volunteers will take payments electronically with the proceeds distributed following Limmud Festival.
Books must be dropped off at the start of your time at Festival and collected before you leave Festival on Wednesday 27th December. Details of specific drop/off pick up locations will be communicated closer to Festival.
If you are unable to pick up/drop off your books in this time frame, please get in touch at email@example.com and alternate arrangements may be able to be arranged. If you are dropping off books for Limmud to transport to Limmud Festival, you must drop them off at the Limmud Office by 15 December. Please arrange a specific drop off time with the Limmud Office.
Limmud merchandise is available now!
See our Limmud Online Shop for our Limmud branded merchandise and Chavruta project learning resources! You can now collect your order at Limmud Festival 2023 too! Details to be confirmed nearer the time.
Limmud merchandise will also be available at the Limmud Shuk at Limmud Festival too, where you can buy the Programme Handbook 2023, Shabbat Book, clothing and accessories!
For the first time Limmud will be housing a print shop! A range of artwork by presenters and participants will be on sale throughout Limmud alongside the Bookshop. Unlike the Shuk, the print shop is run by Limmud and artists do not sell their own artwork, Limmud volunteers do.
Artworks should ideally be relevant to the Limmud audience and must be in keeping with our Limmud values.
To express interest in selling artwork at the Limmud Art Shop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Print Shop Details
A maximum of 6 different artworks are allowed, and a maximum of 5 copies of each.
How will payment for artworks be taken? Our volunteers will take payments electronically with the proceeds distributed following Limmud Festival.
All artworks must be appropriately packaged/wrapped and labelled ready for sale, and artists must take responsibility for transporting the works to and from Limmud.
Artworks must be dropped off at the start of your time at Festival and collected before you leave Festival on Wednesday 27th December. Details of specific drop/off pick up locations will be communicated closer to Festival.