The Queens/Botanic Quarter has always been the bohemian heart of Belfast and it now has its own Market Place, a platform for designer-makers to sell direct to their customers
The FINE & DANDY MARKET, founded in May 2013, is a monthly market, showcasing the work of independent artists, designers, illustrators, craftsmen and food producers.
Our next four markets will be held between the beautiful Elmwood Hall, Opposite Queen University, Belfast and the City Church which is a stones throw away, please check the dates above for venue details for each event.
12-24 University Avenue
ELMWOOD HALL is a former Presbyterian Church, on University Road in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
It is situated opposite Queen's University Belfast. The Hall was built in 1860-2 and is a mixture of styles, principally Italianate with a spire on top of a campanile. It was designed by John Corry but not actually erected until 1872
CITY CHURCH is situated just behind Queen’s University, in the heart of the Holylands area in the south of the city. The building is a former Victorian church hall located on University Avenue
It’s a vibrant student and multi-cultural residential area, not far from Botanic train station and within walking distance of Botanic Avenue, known for its busy street cafes, and close to the Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens.