WHATS ON: Winter Arts Market | St George’s Hall | 5 & 6 December 2015

Winter Arts MarketThis weekend St George’s Hall will be transformed into Liverpool’s most unique shopping destination with the return of the Winter Arts Market. Featuring more than 200 artists, designers and makers, the market will take place on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th December 2015, opening at 10am until 5pm on both days.

With everything from Christmas decorations, to jewellery, to illustrations, to handmade beauty products, to photography, it will be the best place to go to finish off (or start!) your 2015 seasonal shopping. There will even be a vintage fair upstairs in the stunning Concert Room, giving you the chance to pick up the perfect outfit for all your festive parties.

And shopping isn’t the only thing to enjoy at the event. Keeping the little ones occupied with some crafty Christmas fun will be Drs. Caz & Kaz aka. The Super Silly Scientists, who will be showing them how to make a Snowflake Christmas tree decoration that is as unique as they are.

Over the weekend there will also be live music to keep you entertained, including performances from local favourites Liverpool Chamber Choir and The Night and Days on Saturday, and sets from Luna, Paul Dunbar, Nick Ellis, and more on Sunday, when Mellowtone will be taking over proceedings.

And for those in need of refreshments then look no further than Cuthbert’s Café, where you can enjoy locally-produced food and drink, and also take a break from Christmas shopping!

With all of this on offer, the 2015 Winter Arts Market looks set to be even bigger and better than previous ones. Be sure to visit this weekend to purchase some truly special and interesting gifts, and to get yourself into the Christmas spirit as well!

For more information on this year’s stallholders, visit: www.winterartsmarket.com

WINTER ARTS MARKET
Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 December 2015

St George’s Hall
St George’s Place
Liverpool
L1 1JJ

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