The Unusual Suspects and SDFF are holding a festive event on 12 December 2017

If you thought the Service Design Fringe Festival was over for another year… we've got a surprise for you.

Following on from a very successful festival this year, with almost 30 events, and 1000 festival goers, we have decided to team up with SIX the Social Innovation Exchange that run the Unusual Suspects Festival, a festival that has run since 2014. It brings together people who would not usually meet, despite sharing enthusiasm for creating real social change through collaboration.  

We're coming together to bring you a one off event during the festive period.  

From Wenceslas to Festivus: Co-creating alternative Christmas traditions

In this event we will be service designing new, secular traditions for the festival period. The idea is to craft new concepts for traditions that transcend specific religions and welcome all. We will look at what works well in current traditions and communities and implement them into our new invented tradition. This session will be facilitated by the wonderful Katie Baggs.  


There will be drinks and a free tote bag included in the ticket.

Book now! Places are strictly limited.