Hous of Thoughts Clothing Launch Night This Friday!

Hous of Thoughts Clothing Launch Night This Friday!

Proud to be hosting the Launch night for House of Thoughts clothing This Friday.

A great collaboration of Art, Music and Drinks.

The Gallery will be open as usual the following day, together with the rest of Jacobs Market. Not to be Missed!

Today!

Today!

Looking for a way to spend your Saturday in the City centre?

If your not watching the Rugby at the millennium Stadium then why not pop over the road to Jacobs and Enjoy some live theatre and Choir Performances, Together with Live Music, Tasty Cocktails, and of course all the best antiques, vintage & Collectables Cardiff has to offer!

We also be open late night tonight for the SWN festival brought to you by the fantastic Peski Records.

Not to be Missed!

Swn Festival at Jacobs this Saturday!

Swn Festival at Jacobs this Saturday!

P E S K I N A C H T 0 0 5

19.10.13 – Jacobs Antiques, Cardiff. 1pm – 1am

CAM O’R TYWYLLWCH STAGE:
23.00 : Y PENCADLYS
22.00 : LLION SWYD
21.00 : GWENNO
20.00 : FORTUNA
19.00 : MACHO CITY
18.00 : JEMMA ROPER
17.00 : DAVID MYSTERIOUS

DJ STAGE:
14.30 : CÔR COCHION CAERDYDD
23.30 : RECORDIAU (Live set)
00.15 : PLYCI (Live Set)

DJs: Ashli Spillers / Joy Collective / Cam o’r Tywyllwch

Cinema: ‘CAPEL GARMON’ (ERYL PRYS JONES)
Art: B I T , KIM FIELDING, more TBC.
Drama: NOT TOO TAME THEATRE (16.00)

Ever thought about setting up your own café?

We’re looking some enthusiastic people to take over the “Off The Rails” Café at Jacobs. What you do and sell is entirely down to you, so there is great room for growth and originality.

Let us know if your interested or pop in while we’re open to have a look!

Contact 07807740195 or more details or email manager@jacobsmarket.co.uk

Amy Davies

I shot these photos a few weeks back of one of my favourite Cardiff places to have a mooch around on a Saturday afternoon.

If you’re not familiar with Jacob’s market, you’re really missing out and you should pay it a visit the next time you’re in the city centre. If you’re anything like me you will have seen it thousands of times out of the window of the train before your first venture in there.

There are loads, and I do mean loads, of weird and wonderful things that you can find in the market. Lots of different traders have stalls and areas in the building, and if you like vintage items, there’s bound to be something to appeal to you here. And if you like film memorabilia. And old furniture. And old comics. And just plain odd stuff.

My personal favourites are the little ladies holding tambourines…

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