Orange Pip Market returns tomorrow!
ORANGE PIP MARKET RETURNS TO BAKER STREET TOMORROW
MIDDLESBROUGH’S Orange Pip Market returns tomorrow (Saturday, July 30) with a diverse range of food and drink, live music and arts and crafts.
The family-friendly monthly event which takes place on Baker Street in the town centre reaches its third instalment and promises to be a treat for all the senses.
Visitors are also informed that a temporary street alcohol licence is in place throughout the duration of the market, from noon-7pm.
However, under the conditions of the licence only alcohol bought from the market stalls or Baker Street’s micropubs is allowed, which also fits with the Orange Pip philosophy for promoting and supporting local independent traders.
Roast – Hog roast, homemade sauces
Mima Café – Salad, sandwiches, stews, quiches
La Petite Creperie – Authentic French Crepes & galettes – sweet and savoury
The Curing House – Charcuterie
Fat Hippo – Handmade burgers & fries
The Nuthatch – Cocktails & Prosecco bar
Green Guerilla – Vegetarian and vegan fare
Olde Young Tea House – Cakes and scones, speciality teas
Crumble & Slice – Brownies and cakes
Pip & Hatty Blooms – Fresh flower crowns, small hand tied bouquets and more
Righteous Cake Company – Raw cakes and desserts / Paleo
Sundaes of Yarm – Ice cream
Growing Middlesbrough – Smoothies
Wellybix – Artisan pet food
Parmstar – Artisan parmesans
Crispy Conewich – Noodles and salads in a crispy cone
1pm – Tom Joshua – Teesside seven-piece band with cello and violin. Cinematic and expansive soundscapes in the vein of Sufjan Stevens, Nick Drake and Damien Rice.
2.30pm – Northern Monkey Brass Band – Upbeat New Orleans jazz.
3.30pm – Dusst – Psychedelic dream-rock from Liverpool.
4.30pm – Northern Monkey Brass Band second set.
5.30pm – Peace and Love Barbershop Muhammad Ali – Garage rock from Manchester.
Pop-Up Beauty Parlour featuring:
Twisted Sister hair braiding service
Sherylin Oliphant – professional make-up artist / face painter
Jane Scott – Bee Kind Workshop – creating homes for bees.
Dr Twist’s Photographarium – Victorian portraits with a costume department.