Friday, 2 July 2010


Fed up with the football? Tired of tennis? Bored of bowls? Fear not - help is at hand! Escape to sanctuary at the Belfast Empire this Sunday 4th July when our Vintage Sundays at the Empire make a return for the first of two summer dates.

Showcasing sellers of all that is kitsch and quirky and incredibly cool, there will be vintage clothing and accessories, antique and vintage jewellery, vinyl records, vanity items, homewares, bric-a-brac, curious curios, handmade jewellery and accessories created from vintage textiles, and much, much more! Ladies will also be able to be pampered when they visit the retro hairstyling stand for some glamorous upstyling or tumbling curls at the talented hands of Kelly McLean.

Our vintage fairs attract fashionistas, stylists, students, designers, collectors, eco-conscious shoppers and other style-savvy individuals searching for a unique bargain, from all over Ireland as well as tourists looking for a shopping experience off the beaten track. Vintage Sundays at the Empire are our smaller events and have a wonderful laid back atmosphere making them the perfect destination for the leisurely Summer Sunday shopper looking for unique one-off finds.

Recently mentioned in Red's mini magazine 'Britain's Best Kept Secrets' as a Shoppers' Delight, we are proud to say that Frock Around The Clock events are Northern Ireland's premier vintage fairs taking place regularly at several different venues around Belfast.

Hope to see you this Sunday 4th July at the Empire Music Hall, Botanic Avenue, Belfast from 12 - 4.30pm, admission £2.

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