Armagh Craft Fair returns for the ninth year to the wonderful surroundings of The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre in Armagh on Saturday, May 25.
Bringing high quality craft to the heart of Armagh City, this highly anticipated annual event offers something for everyone.
The fair will feature over 35 fantastic craft stalls from makers across Northern Ireland and Ireland, six free craft demonstrations from master crafters throughout the day including hands on creative craft making experiences for adults and children, free children’s drop in creative craft sessions, family workshops, musical entertainment, great food & much more.
Crafts on show at this year’s Craft Fair include printed textiles, jewellery, wood, metal, basketry, glass, soaps, candles, ceramics, artisan foods and fantastic craft gifts for children, amongst many other superb and unique craft forms.
You can get hands-on and have a go yourself, with the free craft demonstrations throughout the day.
Ever had a burning desire to try your hand at glass engraving, flame worked glass, wood turning or clay modelling for the kids? Well now’s your chance to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in. Watch the Master Crafters as they demonstrate their skills and then have a go yourself at learning a new skill. Opportunities will be available for both adults and children.
When you’re in the venue, don’t forget to view this year’s fabulous Art of Craft Exhibition, ‘The Scandza Collection’, by artist Keith Sheppard, one of Ireland’s emerging kiln formed glass artists.
With live music performances throughout the day, and the on-site bar and café facilities for when you need a break from all your craft shopping, this promises a superb day out in the heart of Armagh City.
This year’s Craft Fair will run from 10.30am to 5pm at The Market Place Theatre. Entrance is free, as are all craft demonstrations, and most of the creative experiences.
For further information, bookings and to download the full programme go to www.visitarmagh.com/marketplacetheatre.
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