Annie Lennox - RUmble In The Jumble 2015
It’s back! After raising £27,000 at last year’s event – and with a very special appearance from Elton John’s sparkly suit – Gemma Cairney and The Music Circle’s mammoth celebrity and music themed jumble sale returns for May with all proceeds going to help empower women around the world.
9 May at 13:00–18:00
29-32 The Oval, E2 9DT London, United Kingdom
Names who have donated so far include: Annie Lennox, Mark Ronson, Florence And The Machine, Mumford and Sons, Paloma Faith, Alexa Chung, Caroline Flack, Daisy Lowe, Gemma Cairney, Lauren Laverne, Fearne Cotton, Annie Mac & Toddla T, Beth Ditto, Noel Gallagher, Nick Grimshaw, Jameela Jamil, Daughter, Enter Shikari, Ella Eyre, Metronomy, Alex Jones from The One Show, Jessica Cave, Dawn O’Porter, Chris O’Dowd, the two Andy Bells (Erasure and Oasis), Belle and Sebastian, Beth Jeans Houghton, Blood Red Shoes, Bombay Bicycle Club, Caroline Flack, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Claudia Winkleman, David Gandy, Foals, Friendly Fires, Julia Sarr-Jamois, Rudimental and Sali Hughes.

Whistles, Beyond Retro, AllSaints, Cheap Monday, Smashbox, Monki, ASOS, Ted’s Draws, Regatta, Sonos and Beggars Run are among the first brands to contribute items.

Stallholders include: Rick Edwards (man stall alert!), The Debrief, Fred Butler and Kim Howells, Jessie Cave, Gaggle, Laura Dockrill (curating a special book stall), Elizabeth Sankey from Summer Camp, Sarah Jane Crawford and many more.

Gemma Cairney
Denai Moore (
Fred Butler
Make It Stop Mum (Laura from the Mirror / Independent)
Georgie Rogers (XFM)
ZTG (Warp)
Margot Didsbury (NTS / Bleep)
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Keeping Rumblers and Jumblers looking picture-perfect throughout the day, Smashbox Cosmetics will be offering bold, bright lip looks for a donation of £3.00 throughout the day. Using the latest launch from Smashbox, a rainbow of super creamy, long-wearing matte and cream lipstick colours, it won’t only be the celebrity swag that stands out on the day.

Fashion’s secret weapon for hair, Bumble and bumble, will be at the Rumble throughout the day keeping Jumblers and Rumblers alike looking super glam. They will be creating the ultimate mermaid hair for a donation of £5.00 to the fundraising on the day. Think perfect plaits, tousled twists and mouth-watering waves, the possibilities are endless.

And as usual there’ll be a huge music (bargain vinyl!) stall from The Line of Best Fit, plus a books stall, an all-new art and prints stall, DJs soundtracking the day, a photobooth from The Photo Emporium, cakes from Standard Issue and Drink, Shop & Do, hot drinks by Joe’s Tea Co, Smashbox’s makeup pitstop, a MASSIVE MENSWEAR STALL, food from The Bowler and drinks on Oval Space’s sunny terrace to round off the event.

There will be an entry fee TBC + bring a bag of good quality jumble (no crusty socks please!) on the door,


Last year’s Rumble in the Jumble raised a record £27,000 for Oxfam’s aid work with abused women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and this years sale at London’s Oval Space will aim to better that figure in aid of a new cause; Oxfam’s efforts to establish greater gender equality in Myanmar.

After a lifetime of military control, in Myanmar’s towns and villages fewer than one in a thousand leaders and administrators are women. The 2015 elections can bring change: more than 2,000 women and men will work to increase women’s say at home and in parliament, and many people will hear about their efforts, growing momentum for both commitments and action on women’s equality.

The Music Circle will be funding Oxfam who intend to make long-lasting changes to gender equality in Myanmar. Increasing women’s political representation and advising on policies which will influence the whole society to include and welcome women in positions of authority. In raising awareness that it is right and appropriate for women to share decision-making roles with men, changes will become widespread and sustainable.