Bryanston Organic Market

+27 (11) 706 3671

Customer Care: Mon - Sat 07h30 to 15h30

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

 

25 May
2019

10:30 to 14:30

The Coal Train Marimba Band


The Afrida Marimba Band came to the market in the early 1990's as a group of just-out-of-school boys to gain experience and hone their musical skills. They have come a long way since then and are now a sought after group offering an excellent repertoire of excellent African jazz and other western jazz favourites.

1 Jun
2019

10:30 to 15:00

The Old Hat Jazz Trio



Old Hat play songs from various artists like Diana Krall and Frank Sinatra.Easy listening to accompany your meal and good company. Glen Ashford on Bass guitar has been in the Gap show band for the past 30 years playing various residencies in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Alistair Coakley on guitar is a legend in the music industry, currently also guitaist for SA legendary group Clout, he was also the guitarist for Hotline, with PJ Powers. Connie Foster is a teacher at Michael Mount. She has also been in several bands over the years. She was with the Working Girls in the 80’s, played keyboards for Clout and now, along with Glen and Alistair also plays in the Gap showband, as well as the Old Hat Trio.





8 Jun
2019

10:00 to 15:00

Karly V -

Karly was placed in front of a piano before she could walk, she then began song writing at the age of 12, entertaining people at bars and markets across Joburg. When Karly started performing all those years ago she could sing but she struggled to talk to the crowd. Now she can come back with quirky remarks, but it has  taken time. Karly has now released her first single after writing a number of songs over the years. Mark Beling and Karly produced a song together, on arrival at the studio Karly played on a good quality and expensive keyboard, started singing and added a verse she wrote in high school which now is being featured on a number of local radio stations nationwide. 

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: R250.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Gemstone Scratch Patch

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

Cost: From R80.00 per container
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 R170.00
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 15:00

Wood Crafting

Richard of Classical Wooden Toys offers children the opportunity of glueing together a variety of wooden toys and then painting the toy to their liking.

Cost: From R20.00
Saturday

09:00 to 14:00

Candlemaking

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

NJ helps at the Candlemaking stall in the main tea garden area.   His gentle guidance enables children to easily master the process and leave the market eagerly clutching their treasured creation. 

Enjoy some refreshments in the tea garden while watching your child being absorbed by the art of candlemaking.

Cost: R50.00 per candle
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Fairy & mystical creatures craft

Thandi of Chrystal Geological offers children the opportunity of collecting and creating their own fantasy world from a delightful collection of fairy gardens, castles, fairies and mystical creatures.  The activity is offered as a painting activity in the market, or to take away and do at home.  Pieces range from R30 upwards.

Cost: From R30.00
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: R250.00
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Gemstone Scratch Patch

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

Cost: From R80.00 per container
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 R170.00
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 15:00

Wood Crafting

Richard of Classical Wooden Toys offers children the opportunity of glueing together a variety of wooden toys and then painting the toy to their liking.

Cost: From R20.00
Saturday

09:00 to 14:00

Candlemaking

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

NJ helps at the Candlemaking stall in the main tea garden area.   His gentle guidance enables children to easily master the process and leave the market eagerly clutching their treasured creation. 

Enjoy some refreshments in the tea garden while watching your child being absorbed by the art of candlemaking.

Cost: R50.00 per candle
Thursday
& Saturday

09:00 to 15:00

Fairy & mystical creatures craft

Thandi of Chrystal Geological offers children the opportunity of collecting and creating their own fantasy world from a delightful collection of fairy gardens, castles, fairies and mystical creatures.  The activity is offered as a painting activity in the market, or to take away and do at home.  Pieces range from R30 upwards.

Cost: From R30.00
25 May
2019

10:30 to 14:30

The Coal Train Marimba Band


The Afrida Marimba Band came to the market in the early 1990's as a group of just-out-of-school boys to gain experience and hone their musical skills. They have come a long way since then and are now a sought after group offering an excellent repertoire of excellent African jazz and other western jazz favourites.

1 Jun
2019

10:30 to 15:00

The Old Hat Jazz Trio



Old Hat play songs from various artists like Diana Krall and Frank Sinatra.Easy listening to accompany your meal and good company. Glen Ashford on Bass guitar has been in the Gap show band for the past 30 years playing various residencies in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Alistair Coakley on guitar is a legend in the music industry, currently also guitaist for SA legendary group Clout, he was also the guitarist for Hotline, with PJ Powers. Connie Foster is a teacher at Michael Mount. She has also been in several bands over the years. She was with the Working Girls in the 80’s, played keyboards for Clout and now, along with Glen and Alistair also plays in the Gap showband, as well as the Old Hat Trio.





8 Jun
2019

10:00 to 15:00

Karly V -

Karly was placed in front of a piano before she could walk, she then began song writing at the age of 12, entertaining people at bars and markets across Joburg. When Karly started performing all those years ago she could sing but she struggled to talk to the crowd. Now she can come back with quirky remarks, but it has  taken time. Karly has now released her first single after writing a number of songs over the years. Mark Beling and Karly produced a song together, on arrival at the studio Karly played on a good quality and expensive keyboard, started singing and added a verse she wrote in high school which now is being featured on a number of local radio stations nationwide.