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The Fine & Dandy Market showcases the work of independent artists, designers, illustrators and crafters alongside stalls from collectors of records, vintage wares and local food and drink produce. Join them for this special Narnia-themed market, where the exhibitors will showcase wonderful CS Lewis inspired items.

For the fourth year running, the Fine & Dandy Market bring their Narnia-themed market to the Crescent Arts Centre as part of the CS Lewis Festival.
The Fine & Dandy Market showcases the work of independent artists, designers, illustrators and crafters alongside stalls from collectors of records, vintage wares and high quality local food and drink produce. Join them for this special Narnia-themed market, where the exhibitors will once again be producing wonderful CS Lewis inspired items.
Entry to the market is free to all.
Sun, 19 Nov 2017
7:30pm
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