Liverpool Light Night

LightNight, Liverpool’s one-night arts and culture festival took place on Friday 15 May from 4pm until late as part of One Magnificent City and I was lucky enough to accept a commission to photograph the Light Night Market held at Blackburn House.  As part of this extravaganza night Blackburn House joined forces with some great artists and local talent to showcase them in their magnificent Grade II Listed Building in the Hope Street Quarter

The Night Market was hosted under the big top in collaboration with Nina Dale of  Big Top Events

The Night Market

The Night Market

 

The Light Night Market brought together  local traders and new up and coming small businesses under the roof of the big top tent in the grounds of Blackburne House. Stalls included Just Juice, Ken’s ‘award winning’ pies, The Liverpool Cheese Company, Parched Tea, Joe Blacks Coffee, Postcode Honey, Cake, The Beady Gekko, The Gateway Collective, Rebbeca Christian, Black Box Arts & Crafts and many more.

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Just Juice with their range of cold pressed Juices

Just Juice in action

Just Juice in action

Just Juice tasting proving poular

Just Juice tasting proving poular

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just Juice’s stand proved popular with their range of cold pressed juices, and no wonder; made in the UK with locally sourced ingredients and no additives. You can learn more on their website by clicking here or visit their face book page

 

You can follow just Juices Blog Here

 

I can’t believe how busy it was. I just had to run round taking pictures when I could with no time for chatting! I did manage to grab a pie from Kens Award Winning Pies though – very nice too.

Here are a few of the other traders ………….. if you click to enlarge a picture use your back button to return.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is how busy was in the tent but Nina still managed to lay on some entertainment 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There were loads activities going on outside the tent with everything from live music and performers to ‘TrikeTastic” Bikes and Beekeepers!

Trike Tastik Tours

Trike Tastik Tours

Beekeeping

Beekeeping

 

 

 

 

 

 

There were some fantastic dance troupes and music from The Ormskirk Ukulele Band

Corby Urban Dance Group

And a big fail from me – I didn’t get this dance troupes name but I can tell you they were terrific! Post in comments if you know who they were 🙂

There was even more entertainment to be had over in blackburn house.

Rebecca Feeley was in attendance at her own Art exhibition.

© Rebecca Feeley

© Rebecca Feeley

© Rebecca Feeley

© Rebecca Feeley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

© Rebecca Feeley

© Rebecca Feeley

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music, Singing, Dancing, Food stalls, Jewellery, Crafts – all well and good but I know that for a lot of ladies the hi-light of the evening (sorry about the pun) was a make up and hair demonstration from the amazing stylists at  &  Russell andBrowns On the night you could even get you hair done for £10.00 I think.

I think you’ll agree – this deserves at least one BIG picture.

Russell & Browns

Russell & Browns

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