St George’s Market Belfast
25th, 26th and 27th
CHOIRS | HISTORY TOURS | BELFAST GUITAR TRIO | SILVERFISH |
URSULA BURNS ON HARP | SAMSONELLES | PIANO RECITALS ON THE
HOG-ROASTING | VICTORIAN ECONOMY COOKING | DRAWING CLASSES
RAG AND BONE MAN | ARK FARM | VOXPOP CAMERAS
a wide variety of
the best from
one of the best markets
as a Victorian
win a prize!!!
From 10 in
Street Songs from St Malachy’s
Primary School Choir (sung at the original Market opening ten years ago)
Classical stringed-instrumentals throughout the market day
Street Theatre telling the hundred
year-old story of St George’s Market History at 11.00. Meet at the clock.
Two wandering camera crews provided by Northern Visions to capture
minutes of your time makes you part of the St George’s Market Archive –some of
these will be included in the Market Memories documentary to be premiered in
Photoman on search for
the faces of St George’s Market on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for a Portrait of
the many Faces of St Georges’.
Demonstration by Claycrafts’ Wenda Campbell throughout the day.
Spit a Hog Demonstration / How to Bone a Fish Demonstration /
Victorian Economy Cooking Demonstration
Voca Loca Women’s Choir
(Suffragette and other songs) celebrating women’s struggle for peace and justice
of the last 100 years at Noon. (on Market floor)
Years of St George’s Market History . Street Theatre performed at 11.0AM and
1.0PM. Tickets available at Market Office .Meet at the Market Clock.
Cameras from Northern Visions on the lookout for opinions from traders
Tell Karen Mc Cartney (History Facilitator from Ulster Peoples’
College) What would you like to see in the Market? What do you love about St
George’s Market? What makes us one of the top markets in Great Britain and
Ireland? Be part of history.
(the first official Sunday Market
in Belfast’s St George’s Market History)
on harp in Craft Alley throughout Market Day (copies of Ursula’s new album
(this group launched the newly refurbished building ten years ago) reformed for
this special occasion.
Starting at 12 noon.
Victorian teas served in St George’s Bar and Grill served
throughout the Market Day
on St George’s Balcony. (pupils from the European Piano Teachers Association)
at 11.00am and 1.00pm.
Tickets from Office. (£3 per adult with two children
free) Meet at Market Clock Look out for the horse and cart of the Rag and Bone
Una Mc Cullough
and Sheila Piele from Cultra Museum will demonstrate, knitting, tatting,
quilting, patchwork and other traditional textile techniques in the Craft Alley
end of St George’s
at Kingsmill Nurseries Stall provided by Art
Tutors from PS2 Gallery. Take home your own artwork