Sunday, 21 August 2011

Flickers and Fairylights

The Notts UnderGround Bakery and MollyQueen present....

The Night Market 
@ The Golden Fleece

Tuesday 30th August
6 - 11pm

A wonderful selection of local crafters and makers, featured around the Golden Fleece pub on Mansfield Road. There'll be a wonderful range of beautifully crafted and hand made products mixed up with ArtworkVintage clothing and lots more, by some of Nottingham's finest brands.

There will also be 
live musicFresh Bread and cakes and Massage therapy to treat yourself to as well as a homely 'nook' to go and get your tarot cards read.

The fleece kitchen will also be serving their usual meals, 
as well as their fab range of tasty beverages so you needn't go hungry (or thirsty!)

*** Live Music from Louis Scott and more ***
Confirmed Stall Holders so far:
Massage Therapy - In a curtained area of the fleece, a lovely massage therapist
will be waiting with a wonderful array of massage treatments,
indian head massage, shoulder treatments.
Corrina Rothwell - Infamous in Nottingham, this lady designed the flyers
for the Sherwood Art Week Craft fair and has the most fabulous range of cards, prints and more. She radiates with genius and has the most incredible sense of humour.

The UnderGround Bakery - With her usual range of fresh baked breads and cakes,
the Notts UnderGround will tickle your taste buds and
fill your bags with tasty loaves for the morrow.

Love You More - A wonderful selection of home-made jewellery,
salt scrubs and beautifully thought out vintage style gifts.
Laura Stephenson - From beautiful framed paintings, to beautifully sewn bags,
Laura is a talented designer with gorgeous items.
She also has a magical collection of trinkets and trophies, vintage ornaments
and a beautiful eye for colour, texture and materials.
Bees Make Honey - The most wonderful selection of purses, bags, brooches,
gorgeous little aprons, and more all with a unique style and a whole lot of quirk.
MollyQueen Decoupage - Decoupaged furniture and frames, book art,
postcard poetry, quilling, pretty stuff and a customised renovation service for tired or worn out furniture. If you are one of those forward planning people it might be worth bringing
a photo of that horrible old chest of drawers in the spare room...
Tarot Readings - A local dabbler in the art of tarot,
come into the boudoir area and have your cards read.
Delivered by one of the friendliest faces, even bad news can be good.

Mwanabibi Sikomo - A new take on the word 'Fair trade',
Mwanabibi works closely with women in Africa creating fair trade opportunities
by selling their beautiful children's clothing and other african themed items.
Mwanabibi will be promoting her charity and will be raising money with a raffle!
Some great prizes to be had!

Lots more to come...
See previous post to find out how our last event went!

For more info on the stall holders and everything else happening
on the night check back soon or email 'mailing list' to
Elsewhere in the MollyQueen Kingdom...

We've been busy crafting, making and planning. We've quite a lot on over the next few months, all in the build up to Christmas. Obviously there is The Night Market, The next Marvellous Market on the 25th September AND lots more. 

MollyQueen and the Notts UnderGround are also looking at teaming up to put on a fabulous resident night at one lucky venue in Nottingham. 
There'll be all sorts of fun in store; sit tight and wait for details.
If you arent all ready on our mailing list, either sign up via the website:

And now.... for some random mini poetry

Pick a venue slightly off the beaten track....
wonder if people will find it,
write a sign on a little chalk board,
blow up balloons and bind it!
Duct tape and String 

 The child wants a 'treat' for being so good, 
"some chocolate or sweeties please?"
"Well Molly, my dear, you are in luck!
Have you ever seen one of these?" 
A choconana

And now my friends, we've come to the end,
Thanks for reading all the way through.
And on that note, i think that it
is time to say Adieu.

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