BOILER SHOP EMPORIUM RETURNS FOR ITS AUTUMN EDITION

Sunday 27TH October 2019, 11am – 5pm

 

Think of the very best farmers market, and then thread other experiences into the mix to make the perfect lazy Sunday experience… This is the Boiler Shop Emporium.

Following on from the success of the first couple of Emporiums we are bringing it back for a third time with an Autumn edition on Sunday 27thOctober 2019.

Our main aim with this event is still to shine a spotlight on the smaller, independent growers, producers, makers, and artisans of the North East.

We want it to be a hot bed for the true innovators, and like previous Emporiums we are providing the perfect balance between exciting retail and dining experiences, set amongst other memorable exhibitors. On the stage, food demos alternate with live music and DJ sets; while the finest bakers, veg growers, and even a gent’s barber (who also cuts women’s hair) set up shop on the main floor. On our mezzanine level Food Nation will host free cookery classes for children and grown-ups alike, using produce from the stall holders.

Truly a one stop shop Sunday destination.

The first wave of Emporium traders has just been announced; with more traders, pop up food, demos and live entertainment to be announced soon.

 


FOOD

Hexhamshire Organics– Organic fruit & vegetables

Northern Rye– Micro bakery, specialising in sourdough and viennoiserie

Northumberland Honey Company–Producers of the UK’s first sparkling mead

Citrine Bakery –small batch bakery producing seasonal cakes, pastries and confections

Good Tempered Chocolate Company– Small-batch chocolatier
Meat Smoke Salt– Charcuterie

Flavour Before Fire– Chilli Sauces, Marinades, Preserves and Powders

Graze & Gorge– Bespoke grazing tables

R Place– Pop-up Doughnuts stall

DRINK
Estate Tea Company– Loose leaf tea specialist

Laneway Coffee– Small-batch coffee from the UK’s finest roasters
NORD Bottle Shop– Craft ales


CRAFT

Mr Tilly’s– Gents Barbers

Underwood Ink– Art and Screen Prints

Something Good Newcastle – Sustainable everyday goods, designed to be reused
ETCH Interiors–Mid-century British and Scandinavian furniture and industrial lighting

Cook and Baker–Independent deli

Forum Books–Award-winning indie bookshop
Karma Coast–CBD hemp Boutique

Cube Root Jewellery –Eco friendly handmade silver clay jewellery

Reflex Records –New and used record shopspecialising in bulk-buy vinyl

Megan Randall– Ceramic artists

 

POP UP STREET FOOD
Little Bao Boy– Fresh, handmade bao buns with a hint of western influence

Goodtimes Tacos– Mexican inspired taco truck

 

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW VIA TICKETWEB:

http://hyperurl.co/EmporiumOctober

Tickets are priced £2;under 16s go free.