True Reverie Christmas Carnival comes to town with a unique retail experience

True Reverie, a new lifestyle brand from Wolverhampton, that creates clothing and art which tells the story of its followers, will be hosting a Christmas Carnival, for one night only at Blossoms Liquor & Grind on Thursday 5 December. This event will be a unique retail experience in the run up to the festive season which will see live music and DJ sets featuring the best regional talent, alongside a True Reverie pop up shop and stalls from local independent artists selling art, fashion, vinyl and photography. Tickets to the event will cost £5 and all profits from ticket sales will go directly to the Wolverhampton homelessness charity The Good Shepherd.

The event will kick off at 7.30pm with DJ sets from Ian Davies, owner of Wolverhampton independent record shop Stay Loose Records, and Stewart Kendrick, All Hands on Decks. There will be live acoustic sets from local singer-songwriters Alex Ohm, Bryony Williams and Ryan Evans. Accompanying this will be pop-up shops featuring prints, scarves and accessories from midlands based artist and designer Maisie Baker, photography from Black Country Type, illustration and textiles from designer maker Ruth Radcliffe, and vinyl from Stay Loose Records. The True Reverie pop up shop will be open and selling their t-shirt and pin badge collections, featuring the Good as Gold design which was sported by Wolves FC players earlier this year.

True Reverie owners Tim and Lindsay Baker said,

We wanted to do something in the heart of the city that brought together great local music talent and independent artists who are designing and making great things. You will be able to enjoy a night out, support a local charity, discover amazing music, buy from local artists and support local businesses all in one night… Christmas shopping has never been so much fun!

True Reverie founders Lindsay and Tim Baker set up the brand to create designs with a message of positivity for the city and region, the people who live there and their heritage. Their t-shirts, pin badges and tote bags and are also available to order online at All t-shirts are unisex and made from 100% organic and sustainable cotton, hand screenprinted with water based inks in the West Midlands.