Orange Pip Market returns to Baker and Bedford Street tomorrow (Saturday, March 25).
The March return will see the introduction of our very own Orange Pip stall - debuting all new merchandise; stickers, mugs, tea towels, A3 wall calendars and lithograph art prints.
Velveteen Rabbit Luncheon Club - delicious dishes served up from a delightful vintage caravan
Fancy a Tipple - Prosecco, ales and spirits served from a converted a horse trailer
Fat Hippo - Burgers, fries and mac & cheese balls
Sprinkles of Yarm - Newcomers bringing artisan hot chocolate to warm the springtime chills
The Asian Project
The Spitting Pig
Screaming Chimp - new trader - “Using home grown chillies and as many locally sourced ingredients as possible, I set about developing my sauces into the mouth tingling range we have today.”
Labour of Loaf
Papa Ganoush - We are really happy to have our friends Papa Ganoush joining us more regularly this year. Tim and Tom run a pop up mezze bar in the fantastic food hall in Fenwick and are currently the winners of Living North’s Informal Dining Award. Middle Eastern street food at it’s finest.
Earth & Fire
Prime Catering Co.
The French Pop Up
Grange Hog Roast
The Clucking Pig - customer favourites are back!
Pie Jackers - customer favourites are back!
Crumble & Slice
Earl's Fine Foods
Sanity Beans - Coffee beans and freshly ground coffee
The Curing House
Orange Pip merchandise
Featured artists are
Live music comes from:
Abi Alton - a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, from Guisborough, North Yorkshire, UK.
Abi has been writing and performing since the age of 14, playing everything from local theatres, to the infamous G-A-Y Heaven in London, supporting pop songstress Ellie Goulding. Abi also took part in a 34 date UK and Ireland arena tour last spring as a finalist in the X factor 2013.
Doc Brown and the Groovecats - Well-dressed gentlemen playing a mix of West Coast Swing, Jump Jive and Chicago blues.
ZoZo - Hailing from Leeds this catchy punk pop 5 piece have been dubbed ‘Frenzied post-apocalyptic pranksters’ by The Guardian.
OP House Band, the self-titled Arthur Conan Doyles do the Arctic Monkeys. This will be the last gig by the House Band for a while.