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Artists' Market

 
Start date
6 September 2014
End date
6 September 2014
Hours
9am-5.30pm
Address
Bargate Monument Southampton High St SO14 1HF

Other Events

 
  • Salisbury Food & Drink Festival

    08 Sep

    The Salisbury Food & Drink Festival, on the Market Square in Salisbury, offers the best in Wiltshire gastronomy. Try the region's famous gourmet ham and locally made ice creams, then browse stalls promoting all manner of quality produce.
  • Animal Windfest

    09 Sep

    The south's largest free water-sports festival returns once again to Sandbanks beach in Poole. Expect the biggest names and the biggest games in action sports to combine for a fun-filled family day which promotes water- and beach-based activities.
  • Southampton Boat Show

    16 Sep

    Mayflower Park hosts the annual Southampton Boat Show, which has been going strong since 1969. It's a showcase for watersports lovers featuring marine activities, unrivalled shopping opportunities and some of the world's most luxurious yachts.
  • New Forest Marathon

    28 Sep

    Scores of fit people descend on New Milton for the annual New Forest Marathon and half marathon, which follows a course through the New Forest. The organisers claim it is one of the most beautiful runs in the UK.
  • Grand Firework Display

    05 Nov

    The seaside town of Poole celebrates Guy Fawkes night with an impressive pyrotechnic display over the waters of the Quay. Live bands and street entertainers keep the crowd amused before the grand firework finale.
  • Bournemouth Firework Display

    05 Nov

    The Bournemouth Firework Display at Littledown Centre includes the family display, suitable for younger children, a rainbow display, the loud-banging white knuckle display, and an indoor family zone with a free kids disco.
  • Bournemouth Christmas Market

    17 Nov

    The Bournemouth Christmas Market sees a continental Christmas strike the Dorset coast, with a Germanic mix of stands and food outlets. Bournemouth Square is transformed into a winter wonderland with a host of activities.
  • Christmas Lights Switch On

    27 Nov

    Bournemouth Square kicks off the festive season with the annual "Christmas Switch On" of lights in the town centre. Entertainment is provided by Heart FM and the occasion marks the official start of the town's Christmas shopping season.
  • Welsh National Opera Autumn Tour

    29 Nov

    Welsh National Opera take three operas on tour this autumn, stopping here at Southampton's Mayflower. Five nights will see two performances of Mozart's Don Giovanni and Rossini's Barber of Seville as well as Janacek's Katya Kabanova.

  • Summer Breeze on the Beach

    02 Sep

    In the same vein as its sister event, Summer Breeze on the Quay, Summer Breeze on the Beach presents a host of free entertainment at Sandbanks Beach every Thursday during the month of August. Each evening ends with a fireworks display.
  • The Rifles (Berkshire and Wiltshire) Museum

    02 Sep

    The Rifles Museum in Salisbury is the museum of the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiments. The four rooms hold a chronological display of war artefacts from the mid-18th century to 1994.
  • Bournemouth Balloon

    02 Sep

    The Bournemouth Balloon - a tethered helium balloon - rises 500 feet above the town. It offers panoramic views over the golden coastline of Poole Harbour, the Isle of Wight and the rolling greenery of the New Forest to the north.

  • Mompesson House

    02 Sep

    Built in 1701 for Charles Mompesson, Mompesson House is an architectural gem near Salisbury's cathedral. A splendid example of Queen Anne architecture, it contains exquisite plasterwork, an original oak staircase and a collection of Turnbull 18th-century drinking glasses.
  • Dorset Cruises

    02 Sep

    View local landmarks aboard a Dorset Cruise, departing from Bournemouth Pier. Bay tours take in the famous Chines (deep narrow ravines cut into the cliffs) and the rugged Jurassic Coast. Other excursions stop off at the unspoilt Brownsea Island.