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Events and things to do

  

The Market is open every Thursday and Saturday, and Public Holidays, from 9am to 3pm

Dates, times and prices may change

 

Thursday

09:00 to 15:00

Meera's

We have all come to love the delectable dosas made by Meera's on a Saturday. Now Meera's are in the market on Thursday as well offering a full vegetarian and gluten free meal called Indian Thali. It consists of a curry dish accompanied by rice, seasonal vegetables, a salad, a pickle or chutney, a papad and a roti.   This is finished off with a delicious Indian dessert. Their introductory offer is R90.00 for the meal.  Do treat yourself to this special delight - you won't regret it!

Cost: R90.00
6 May
2017

10:30 to 14:30

The Soul Travellers

Even though Cindy Alter was born to a musical family, she claims that music chose her.  She picked up a guitar at age 10, wrote her first song at 15 then joined a heavy-rock, cover-band, playing everything from Zeppelin to Grand Funk.  Cindy actively toured South Africa and opened for various big-name acts for some years until she spearheaded the band Clout, leading to extensive local and overseas concerts.   Cindy relocated to the USA  where her musical abilities were stretched beyond her wildest dreams.   She became very active in the local songwriter community, playing clubs and hosting numerous songwriting showcases and events. She became an active member of ASCAP, NSAI & other Songwriting organizations across the U.S.  She is also a published poet.   After a spell of illness, Cindy returned to SA as part of her healing process where she joined forces with with Stewart Irving, a top notch vocalist and performer, forming “Alter Irving”, an acoustic-based “Country-Rock” duo which performed successfully for several years.  Today, Cindy is healthy and happy, telling the stories about her life’s journey through her music and writing her biography, aptly titled, “No Substitute”!  She feels she is living her best life … a life with no regrets! As she says, “It’s been a wild ride, but it’s far from over”.

13 May
2017

10:30 to 14:30

The Reckoning

Stewart Irving is no stranger to the entertainment industry, having been part of it for 42 years,   his exploits include recording, songwriting, touring, television producing and TV journalism but, without question, he is best known to South Africans for being the front man and lead vocalist of successful act, Ballyhoo, during the 80’s. Their hit, “Man on the Moon” took the country by storm and is still well-known and loved today. Hits like “Heart of Stone” and “Superstar” firmly established his solo career, securing his spot within the South African musical elite as a gifted vocalist and songwriter. He is also the leader and founder of The Reckoning.

20 May
2017

10:30 to 14:30

Roz Tarr Trio


Roz Tarr is a favourite in the market attracting jazz lovers from all over Joburg. Accompanied by Roland Moses on keyboards and Pete Sklair on bass guitar, Roz has the ideal voice for perfect renditions of all the jazz classics.

27 May
2017

10:30 to 15:00

The Cover Ups

Simeon Hamman grew up in show business with his father as a film producer and director and his mother as the popular singer Sonja Heroldt.   From an early age Simeon performed alongside his mother and it was inevitable that his love of music, melodious voice and talent for the acoustic guitar would lead him to establishing his own group, The Cover Ups.   As the name implies, Simeon is adept at taking popular songs and particularly old-time swing jazz favourites and giving them a distinct fresh and new flavour of his own.   When performing at the market Simeon is accompanied by Khutso on keyboards.

Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Stone crafting

Innocent Mangenjenga, an accomplished stone sculptor, shares his artistic skills in stone crafting in allowing children to craft stone ornaments and pendants

Cost: From R85.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Wood Crafting

Lisa of Wood 'n Goods offers children the opportunity of freestyle hand painting a selection of her jacaranda wood images.   These items make ideal personalised gifts for family and friends.   Take home painting kits are also available.

Cost: From R155.00
Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Gemstone Scratch Patch

Alongside her gemstone display table Diana Duff offers children a gemstone scratch patch where they can explore for chips of sought after gemstones.

Cost: From R25.00 per container
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Candlemaking

Create your own candle by dipping a candle wick into molten wax.

Candlemaking is managed by Lazarus of The Candleworks.   His gentle guidance enables children to easily master the process and leave the market eagerly clutching their treasured creation. 

In addition to the candlemaking activity The Candleworks offers a range of ready made candles naturally fragranced with essential oils and bamboo candle holders which may also be used as planters.

Cost: R50.00 per candle
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Ceramic Painting

Select an item from a range of ceramic bisque ware for free style painting.   Having completed the painting the item is taken off site for glazing and firing and is available for collection on the next market day.

Ceramic painting is offered by The Sonika Collection which is a range of uniquely painted ceramic ware including crockery, tableware and Christmas tree decorations, as well as painted cushion covers and tablecloths

Cost: from R135.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

T-shirt painting

Select from a range of original design silk screened 100% cotton T-shirts.   Enjoy the absorbing pastime of bringing the graphic to life with vivid colour.   Water based fabric paint is set by heat and should be washed in cold water for best results.

T-shirt painting is offered by Violet Moon, an eclectic stall offering original design T-shirts, sheepskin slippers and uniquely designed and painted calabash ornaments.

Cost: From R140.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

The Toy Lady

The Toy Lady's stall is a firm favourite with our regular young visitors.   They enjoy the imaginative free play that the permanently set up train set and doll's house offers them

Cost: Free of charge
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 16:00

FREE Shuttle Bus

FREE Shuttle Bus between selected Sandton hotels and Bryanston Organic & Natural Market and Liliesleaf

Free Shuttle Bus Timetable

Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Stone crafting

Innocent Mangenjenga, an accomplished stone sculptor, shares his artistic skills in stone crafting in allowing children to craft stone ornaments and pendants

Cost: From R85.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Wood Crafting

Lisa of Wood 'n Goods offers children the opportunity of freestyle hand painting a selection of her jacaranda wood images.   These items make ideal personalised gifts for family and friends.   Take home painting kits are also available.

Cost: From R155.00
Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Gemstone Scratch Patch

Alongside her gemstone display table Diana Duff offers children a gemstone scratch patch where they can explore for chips of sought after gemstones.

Cost: From R25.00 per container
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Candlemaking

Create your own candle by dipping a candle wick into molten wax.

Candlemaking is managed by Lazarus of The Candleworks.   His gentle guidance enables children to easily master the process and leave the market eagerly clutching their treasured creation. 

In addition to the candlemaking activity The Candleworks offers a range of ready made candles naturally fragranced with essential oils and bamboo candle holders which may also be used as planters.

Cost: R50.00 per candle
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Ceramic Painting

Select an item from a range of ceramic bisque ware for free style painting.   Having completed the painting the item is taken off site for glazing and firing and is available for collection on the next market day.

Ceramic painting is offered by The Sonika Collection which is a range of uniquely painted ceramic ware including crockery, tableware and Christmas tree decorations, as well as painted cushion covers and tablecloths

Cost: from R135.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

T-shirt painting

Select from a range of original design silk screened 100% cotton T-shirts.   Enjoy the absorbing pastime of bringing the graphic to life with vivid colour.   Water based fabric paint is set by heat and should be washed in cold water for best results.

T-shirt painting is offered by Violet Moon, an eclectic stall offering original design T-shirts, sheepskin slippers and uniquely designed and painted calabash ornaments.

Cost: From R140.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

The Toy Lady

The Toy Lady's stall is a firm favourite with our regular young visitors.   They enjoy the imaginative free play that the permanently set up train set and doll's house offers them

Cost: Free of charge
Thursday

09:00 to 15:00

Meera's

We have all come to love the delectable dosas made by Meera's on a Saturday. Now Meera's are in the market on Thursday as well offering a full vegetarian and gluten free meal called Indian Thali. It consists of a curry dish accompanied by rice, seasonal vegetables, a salad, a pickle or chutney, a papad and a roti.   This is finished off with a delicious Indian dessert. Their introductory offer is R90.00 for the meal.  Do treat yourself to this special delight - you won't regret it!

Cost: R90.00
6 May
2017

10:30 to 14:30

The Soul Travellers

Even though Cindy Alter was born to a musical family, she claims that music chose her.  She picked up a guitar at age 10, wrote her first song at 15 then joined a heavy-rock, cover-band, playing everything from Zeppelin to Grand Funk.  Cindy actively toured South Africa and opened for various big-name acts for some years until she spearheaded the band Clout, leading to extensive local and overseas concerts.   Cindy relocated to the USA  where her musical abilities were stretched beyond her wildest dreams.   She became very active in the local songwriter community, playing clubs and hosting numerous songwriting showcases and events. She became an active member of ASCAP, NSAI & other Songwriting organizations across the U.S.  She is also a published poet.   After a spell of illness, Cindy returned to SA as part of her healing process where she joined forces with with Stewart Irving, a top notch vocalist and performer, forming “Alter Irving”, an acoustic-based “Country-Rock” duo which performed successfully for several years.  Today, Cindy is healthy and happy, telling the stories about her life’s journey through her music and writing her biography, aptly titled, “No Substitute”!  She feels she is living her best life … a life with no regrets! As she says, “It’s been a wild ride, but it’s far from over”.

13 May
2017

10:30 to 14:30

The Reckoning

Stewart Irving is no stranger to the entertainment industry, having been part of it for 42 years,   his exploits include recording, songwriting, touring, television producing and TV journalism but, without question, he is best known to South Africans for being the front man and lead vocalist of successful act, Ballyhoo, during the 80’s. Their hit, “Man on the Moon” took the country by storm and is still well-known and loved today. Hits like “Heart of Stone” and “Superstar” firmly established his solo career, securing his spot within the South African musical elite as a gifted vocalist and songwriter. He is also the leader and founder of The Reckoning.

20 May
2017

10:30 to 14:30

Roz Tarr Trio


Roz Tarr is a favourite in the market attracting jazz lovers from all over Joburg. Accompanied by Roland Moses on keyboards and Pete Sklair on bass guitar, Roz has the ideal voice for perfect renditions of all the jazz classics.

27 May
2017

10:30 to 15:00

The Cover Ups

Simeon Hamman grew up in show business with his father as a film producer and director and his mother as the popular singer Sonja Heroldt.   From an early age Simeon performed alongside his mother and it was inevitable that his love of music, melodious voice and talent for the acoustic guitar would lead him to establishing his own group, The Cover Ups.   As the name implies, Simeon is adept at taking popular songs and particularly old-time swing jazz favourites and giving them a distinct fresh and new flavour of his own.   When performing at the market Simeon is accompanied by Khutso on keyboards.

Thursday
& Saturday

10:30 to 15:00

FREE Shuttle Bus

FREE Shuttle Bus between selected Sandton hotels and Bryanston Organic & Natural Market and Liliesleaf

Free Shuttle Bus Timetable