Mi-Soul, London’s own digital radio station dedicated to soul and dance, is to host its first black music Record Fair on Saturday 23rd April 2016 at the Stephen Lawrence Building, London SE8 4HU. Admission is free and the event runs between 10am-4pm.

We’re told that the fair will “offer music lovers a great opportunity to dig through a quality selection of vinyl and meet some of Mi-Soul’s legendary DJs including Gordon Mac – Founder of Mi-Soul Radio and Kiss FM – Marcia Carr and Calvin Francis, who will also be selling records from their own private collections on the day. “

Gordon Mac, Founder and MD of Mi-Soul, comments: “We are delighted to launch the Mi-Soul Record Fair. This gives us a great opportunity to continue to celebrate the station’s love of vinyl culture with our listeners and the public at what we hope will be a great day out for everyone.”

Refreshments will be available throughout the day, including home-cooked soul food and flavours of the Caribbean and the directions to the centre are……..

St John’s Station (South Eastern Trains from London Bridge)

Deptford Bridge Station (DLR Trains from Bank & Lewisham)

Buses 47, 225 (Friendly Street stop) or 53, 177 (Deptford Bridge Stop)