The Music Circle is back with another Rumble in the Jumble in association with Oxfam on April 26, after a hugely successful celebrity sale in 2013, which raised over £16,000 and featured designer donations from the likes of Damon Albarn, Alison Mosshart, Fearne Cotton, Daisy Lowe and Annie Mac.

The event is raising money and awareness for women in the DRC, the victims of “the world’s most forgotten conflict”, who face constant threats of forced displacement, sexual violence, abduction and extortion. This harrowing clip explains what is going on and underlines why we are supporting the women who live there:

Annie Lennox - Rumble In The JumbleCELEBRITY ITEMS INCLUDE:
– Circle founder Annie Lennox’s hand-written lyrics for ‘Sweet Dreams’.
– David Gandy’s Dolce and Gabbana suit.
– Snow Patrol’s guitar.
– Anna Calvi’s Gucci heels.
– The four-track that Suede’s Brett Anderson recorded early b-side ‘He’s Dead’ on.
– The shoes Garbage’s Shirley Manson wore in the video for ‘Blood For Poppies’.
– Lauren Laverne’s Marc Jacobs dresses and her leopard print coat.
– A signed Florence and the Machine screen print.
– Ricky Wilson’s 2010 tour denim jacket.
– Disclosure’s Nike Air Max trainers.
– Joe Mount from Metronomy’s signed Repetto shoes.
– Tinie Tempah’s Nike Jordans.

Arctic Monkeys, Professor Green, Jessie Ware, Paloma Faith, Fearne Cotton, Gizzi Erskine, Jameela Jamil, Annie Mac, Toddla T, Vampire Weekend, Livia Firth, Caroline Flack, Goldfrapp, Bat For Lashes, Foals, Arcade Fire, The Breeders, Friendly Fires, Everything Everything, Anna Calvi, Peace, Cherry Healey, Disclosure, Rudimental, Metronomy, Alt-J, Toddla T, Nero, The Postal Service, Erol Alkan, Noah and the Whale, Beady Eye, Boy George, Scissor Sisters, London Grammar, Chloe Howl, Skin (Skunk Anansie), Steve Aoki, Jonny Woo, Little Boots, London Hughes, Angela Scanlon, Will Best, AJ Odudu and more.

There will also be brand new items at jumble prices from the likes of Whistles, Topshop, Dr Martens, ASOS, Topman, Monki, Farah Vintage, SONOS, Clarks, Schuh, Teds Draws, River Island, Original Penguin, Clarks, House of Holland, VICE, Marshall Amps, Fudge, Warp Records, Mute Records, Domino, Ninja Tune, L’Oreal, Soul Jazz, Urban Nerds, Hottwerk, Club De Fromage, Richmond Socks, Dazed & Confused, Black Dog Publishing and Trouble Vision.

Cherry Healey, Caroline Flack, Fred Butler, Elizabeth Sankey (Summer Camp), Gaggle, Company Magazine, Mixmag, The Line of Best Fit’s music and merch stall, a man stall, book stall, and more.

Radi Dadi, Radio 1’s Monki, Jen Long and Gemma Cairney
Sink the Pink’s Amy Redz, Hannah Holland, Anita Blay (CocknBullKid), Naomi// and Kate Hutchinson.

Step on set with Smashbox Cosmetics, who will be providing Full Exposure eyes and Be Legendary Lips.

Bumble & bumble will be offering a menu of dry-styling looks, straight from backstage at the A/W14 shows.

The legendary British chef’s steakhouse will be making a special Irish stew, which you’ll be able to sit and eat in Oval Space’s terrace bar. Known for using only the best quality meat and for its top notch cooking, the Barbecoa stand will be the perfect pit stop to fill up and refuel on some seriously tasty grub.

Head to the Oxfam table and you’ll be able to buy £3 tickets to enter a draw for tickets to all the best festivals, including VIP tickets to Field Day, Lovebox, Outlook and more.

Flash auctions throughout the day, nail designs by PowWow Nails, a photo booth from The Photo Emporium, tea and cake from Joe’s Tea Co and Drink, Shop & Do, plus Rachel’s Cake Pop Shop, DJs soundtracking the shopping, and Prosecco and punch on the terrace.

All you need to do is bring a bag of jumble, pay £3 entry on the door, and get ready to rumble!

WHAT DID YOU MISS LAST YEAR? Check out this amazing short doc that Cherry Healey made about 2013’s Rumble in the Jumble:



Rumble in the Jumble #3 is the follow-up to Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney and TV presenter Dawn Porter’s hugely successful event in 2012 for Oxfam’s Get Together, which raised an enormous £7k:

The Music Circle took on the Rumble in the Jumble mantle in 2013 and threw a second event at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, with jumble donated from a huge list of celebrity and music names, and raised over £16k. It was attended by the likes of Gizzi Erskine, Laura Whitmore, Caroline Flack and Radio 1’s Alice Levine.


This harrowing clip explains what is going on in the DRC and is why we are supporting the women who live there:

The Music Circle in conjunction with Oxfam, was formed in spring 2011, spearheaded by Emily Cooper (Everything Counts PR). Together with Laura Martin (Real Life PR), the pair invited a selection of key women across the music industry to join the newly formed Music Circle. The women came together to discuss ideas and ways in which they could collectively use their skills and knowledge to help raise money and awareness for important female related causes that Oxfam supports, namely the severe and ongoing problems in the Congo.

The money will be used to support women in the DRC; strengthening the work Oxfam already do with communities on protection and working on women’s and men’s strategies for ensuring that women’s concerns are addressed through the project. Targeting 56,000 direct beneficiaries of which half are women, the project aims to support protection committees for a to better ensure women’s right to protection in Eastern DRC.

The Music Circle is a subsidiary of Annie Lennox’s The Circle. Set up in 2008 by Annie Lennox and Oxfam, The Circle is a partnership of influential women who work with Oxfam, bringing ideas, skills and resources to the table to help Oxfam fight poverty and inequality. to date, The Circle has raised almost a million pounds for Oxfam to date.