Excitement is building ahead of the Belfast’s first Twilight Market which takes place at St George’s Market on Wednesday (November 11) from 5.30pm to 11pm.

Here’s what’s in store…

Food-related and cookery demonstrations

There will be a number of food-related and cookery demonstrations taking place on the night. These will be led by some of our local industry’s most recognised names and will be sure to set your taste buds alight.

6.30pm – The Cultured Club: An introduction to fermentation

7.30pm – Cooking with Keen Nut Butter by Jane McClenaghan from Vital Nutrition

8.30pm – Cookery demonstration by Tony O’Neill and Jonny Phillips from Coppi Restaurant

9.30pm – Cookery demonstration by Andy Rea, Mourne Seafood and Stephen Jeffers, Belfast Cookery School

Live entertainment

There’ll be a live acoustic set by Gavin Ferris and some fantastic beats by Back Alley Beats.

Who’ll be hosting on the night?

Kim Lenaghan is one of Radio Ulster’s best known presenters and her early morning weekend shows, with their mix of mellow music and chat, open many an eyelid across Northern Ireland. As a keen cook and enthusiastic eater, food is also very much a part of Kim’s life and on her radio show, The Foodie. A regular visitor to St George’s Market, her favourite place in Belfast, she can indulge in all her foodie pleasures under one roof while shopping local and supporting small producers, suppliers and retailers. Kim will be helping all visitors enjoy their evening as she hosts Belfast’s first ever Twilight Market.

Who’s trading on the night?

Over 100 traders are set to attend the Twilight Market. From hot food to arts, crafts, cookery demos, and everything in between, there’ll be something for everyone.

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