A Magical Two-Day "Christmas Bazaar" With Festive Photo Booth Is Coming To Manchester

Mulled wine, hot street food and PIZZA

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The festive season will be in full swing at New Bailey this week, with a two-day Christmas Bazaar jam packed with hot street food, mulled wine and an array of artisan gift stalls.

The event will run between 12 and 6pm on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 November in New Bailey’s public realm, with some gorgeoussss Christmas carol performances from the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) Choir, plus visitors will have the opportunity to pick up some truly unique gifts too!

How do I get there?

New Bailey sits adjacent to Spinningfields (next to Menagerie) just a short walk from Salford Central train station and well within reach of Piccadilly too.

Phil Mayall, regional director says:

“It’s been another exciting year at New Bailey, with work progressing on a number of new developments and welcoming many new residents to the second phase of The Slate Yard, so we’re looking forward to rounding off the year with the Christmas Bazaar.

“Manchester is well known for its Christmas markets and this year we wanted to bring some of that unique festive atmosphere across the River Irwell into Salford to New Bailey and celebrate in our own way. The pop-up street food markets we’ve held in the past were really popular and we hope to see the same again as we embrace the festive season.”

Along with special stocking fillers such as artisanal gifts for foodies, jewellery, vegan soaps and much more, there will also be a photobooth on-site where visitors will be able to get keep-sake Christmas photos free of charge on the first day of the Bazaar.

And here's the full list of stalls this 2018...

  • Alex's Bakery
  • Artisam
  • Azafia
  • Becky Bygone
  • Jordy's Pizza
  • Mama Sues
  • Mark Smalley Ceramics
  • Pop-up Tokyo
  • Schmear
  • String effects
  • Taste of Crete
  • White Bunny Naturals

The RNCM Choir will be playing both on Thursday lunch time and Friday just after 5pm - so get there early if you want a good viewing spot!

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