Friday 28th to Sunday 30th June 2013 - Ealing Green
Market Square Group is set to revive the Ealing Midsummer Fayre, last held over 100 yrs ago. The venue is Ealing Green which starts at the end of Ealing High Street adjacent to Walpole Park (venue for the Ealing Jazz Festival)and is home to Pitshanger Manor House and Gallery. Craft and food stalls will feature together with live music and bar in a family friendly environment including children's entertainment and team competitions. Picnic area and Victorian style funfair in homage to last Midsummer Fayre - the event is once again set to become an annual feature in the Ealing calendar.
Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th July 2013 - Richmond
Richmond Riverside is famous for lazy summer evenings and great for catching a bit of sun during the day. Flanked by bars and restaurants, it provides an ideal place to lounge on the many seats and lawn stretches. The Grade I listed Richmond Bridge, which is the oldest surviving bridge on the Thames in London, adds to the charm of this magical stretch of the riverside. It is London making a countryside impression.
Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July 2013 - Forbury Gardens, Reading
Food Festival with Medieval Fayre in Reading's most historic green space. Second event as part of our Food Festival Britain theme in 2013. The launch of this event will feature a celebrity chef kitchen, beer festival and food festival music stage. Market Square Group is working with event partners Reading Borough Council and visit Berkshire tourism to establish this as an annual event. Local and regional foods alongside world foods in the heart of the South East's biggest town with an urban population of 350 000 and one of the best demographic catchments in the country.
Friday 13th to Sunday 15th September 2013 - Turnham Green, Chiswick
Market Square Group are partnering with the Hounslow borough events team to deliver a food festival alongside an outdoor film and literary festival on Turnham Green (Chiswick High Street). Babette’s feast will feature in the line up of films setting the scene for a celebration of food and art in a tasty package for the beginning of our Autumn season. An enthusiastic audience will greet this themed event in Chiswick.
Tuesday 15th October to Sunday 20th October 2013
Market Square Group will be hosting their Medieval Market to celebrate the Gaelic festival held in Paisley this October.
The Royal National Mòd is Scotland’s premier Gaelic festival which aims to showcase Gaelic language and culture to the wider world, through music, dance, drama, art and literature.
The first Mòd was held in 1892 in Oban, and since then it has travelled to many places throughout Scotland. This October we are very proud that Paisley will host the 110th Royal National Mòd.