FUMBALLY CHRISTMAS MARKET 2019

IRISH CRAFT AND DESIGN & LOCAL FOOD PRODUCERS 
December 13 / 14 / 15 2019

Friday 1pm – 8pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm

20 independent Irish businesses over two floors of The Fumbally Stables throughout the three days
…. AND ten more stalls in The Fumbally Café on Sunday 15th

*Please note, the Fumbally Stables is a very old building and not wheelchair accessible unfortunately. Also, if you are planning on coming with children please be aware that the building is not totally suitable to buggies as the main bulk of stalls will be upstairs . We’re very sorry if this puts you out in any way, but the building is old and full of character and not without its quirks. Sunday in The Café is wheelchair accesible.

STALLS IN THE FUMBALLY STABLES FRI.SAT.SUN

FOOD STALLS DOWNSTAIRS // CRAFT & DESIGN UPSTAIRS

Fumbally Ferments – kimchi, preserved lemons, miso bomb, sauerkraut and other gut loving goodness from the Fumbally… along with Harry’s Nut Butter

White Mausu – peanut rayu, cashew crunch and other must-have condiments
www.whitemausu.com

Scéal Bakery – puddings, mince pies, preserves, sourdough starter kits, fresh bread and pastries
www.scealbakery.com

Lilliput Stores – cheese, salami, antipasti, ceramics
www.liliputtradingco.ie

Elmhurst Cottage Farm (Saturday only)
https://www.facebook.com/ElmhurstCottageFarm/

Milkwood Farm – Green Vegetable Seeds, Gardening and planting books, gift sets (Sunday Only)
www.greenvegetableseeds.com

Nobó – vegan chocolate made in Cork
www.nobo.ie

Emily Robyn Archer – nature inspired Prints
www.emilyrobynarcher.com

Trashbag – handmade bags and textiles

Molloy & Sons – Donegal Tweed blankets
www.molloyandsons.com

Grown – Eco Friendly Clothing
www.grown.ie

Doni Doni – Bogolan mud cloth and accessories from Mali
https://www.facebook.com/DoniDoniIreland

Brenda Kearney – Ceramics
www.fairlandcollective.com

Liadain Aiken – Knitwear
www.liadainaiken.com

Tjikko Floral – dried flower wreaths and bouquets (Friday only)
www.tjikkofloral.com

SUNDAY IN THE FUMBALLY CAFE

Kirk Modern – Retro Furniture 
www.kirkmodern.com

Solas Project – Hand turned wood
www.solasproject.com

Peggie McKeon – Art

Laura & Sally Caulwell – prints & preserves
www.sallycaulwell.com

Sharon Greene – Art & Second Hand gifts
www.queensofneon.com

New But Old Collectibles – preloved gems
https://www.facebook.com/Newbutoldcollectibles/

Kiki Na – one of a kind jewellery
www.kikinaart.com

Tom Campbell – art, art, art
www.tomcampbellart.com

Seaneadaí – Vintage Irish made tailoring, knitwear and pottery
www.instagram.com/seaneadai

more info see www.thefumballystables.ie

ARTIST TAKEOVER – OCT 1st + 8th

 

Sunday and Monday is our weekend. Our time to rest.

But the Café will be open on exception on Monday October 1st and Monday October 8th to host two days of exhibition and performance from artists Tom Campbell (Oct 1st) and Jota Castro (Oct 8th) as part of this years EAT:ITH event series.

Each artist has been given free reign to do whatever they want with the space. They will be exhibiting their work, performing and collaborating on a dish that will be served on the day.

 

Tom Campbell
Tom will be in residence in the cafe on Friday sep 28th and Saturday sep 29th drawing portraits which will feature in his show. Please feel free to sit for your portrait or simply absorb some of his creative process. He will be performing his ‘TV SHOW’ at 3pm on Monday 1st.

 

Jota Castro
Jota has made new work that will be exhibited on the day along with a number of installations and transformation of the café space. This work is a stark reaction to the change that is taking place in the Dublin 8 area and the limits of gentrification and community.

 

MONDAYS ARE FOR ART
FREE EVENT
Oct 1st & Oct 8th
11-6pm
* The coffee machine will be open all day

 

EAT:ITH 2018 workshops // events // talks

 

 

through
SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

 

the EAT : ITH food series will be back in The Fumbally Stables
for a full month of workshops, events, talks, dinners, markets and music gigs.

 

check out

 

www.eat-ith.com

 

for the full programme of events

 

FROGS ATTACK

 

 

 

 

In collaboration with Le Caveau Wine Merchants and Anthony Cointre. With visiting natural winemakers Agnés and Jean Foillard and Thierry Puzelat

Le Caveau presents an exclusive evening event focusing on minimal intervention wines and no frills seasonal French cooking, with a lot of heart.  Antony Cointre, the Flying Cook, will be accompanied by his friends: natural winemakers Agnès and Jean Foillard from the Beaujolais region; Thierry Puzelat from the Loire Valley, as well as the writer, comedian and wine enthusiast Sébastien Barrier.

The dinner, which will take place in The Fumbally Café will feature a six-course tasting menu prepared by Antony, alongside a choice menu of wines from the winegrowers.

All wine will be available at cost price on the night.

 

GET  TICKETS  HERE

 

EAT : ITH

The Autumn Series at The Fumbally Stables is no more…..
welcome to

 

EAT:ITH is a series of workshops, events and talks surrounding food culture in Ireland with collaborations from some of the country’s most passionate producers, chefs, farmers, sommeliers, baristas, food writers and activists.

www.eat-ith.com

is now live with full event listings and programme details

DINNER
EAT : ITH : CEOIL
The Gut
Natural Wines
Coffee talk
Ayurvedic yoga lunch
Sourdough Bread
Food & Cancer
A Debate
A Film
A trip to the West of Ireland

…..

and loads, loads more

We’re All Mad Here – Dublin Fringe Fest 2017

Physical and obscure theatre

by Grainne O’Carroll

Sep 19th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th

8pm

tickets from www.fringefest.com

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARY MAGDALENE – THURS DEC 17th 2015

 

DINNER AND A SHOW

To mark the end of the year x

Fermentation Workshop – Sunday March 1st 2015

We will be holding our second fermentation workshop in The Stables on Sunday March 1st at 3pm (duration approx 2.5 hours).

The Stables (for those of you who don’t know yet) is our new building next door to the Fumbally on the lane, it is where we will be holding various workshops and trainings over the coming months and where we also host yoga classes and focused events. Keep an eye on www.thefumballystables.ie which will be live in the next few weeks.

 

 

The class will be taken by April Danann (www.aprildanann.com) who will be coming up from West Cork where she runs a fermented foods business called Rebel Foods. April is a clinical nutritionist and fermented foods expert who works exclusively with wild yeasts so the class will be focused on wild fermentation processes.

 

The session will include information on Sourdough, Fermented drinks, Vinegars and fermenting vegetables. Everyone will get to take home a sourdough starter with them and there will be other fermented products available for sale on the day.

 

The cost is €80 which will need to be paid up front in advance of the class to secure your place.

You can call us on 01 5298732 and pay over the phone by card or drop in cash to the Fumbally.

 

 

¡Jésus! A Celebration – Thurs 18th Dec 2014

Every musician or artist has supported their careers with a part time job in a restaurant or bar at some point. It’s kind of a rite of passage in the creative realms, no? If you’ve ever wondered what our staff do the other 4 days a week that they are not making coffees and bringing you food… This is it.

Neil (Buffalo Woman), Stefano (SignA), Margie (Margie Lewis) and Jill (Old Moon) are an amazingly talented group of people that are regularly on the bills for the likes of Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, Another Love Story, and Hard Working Class Heroes. They have gigged everywhere in Dublin – Vicar Street, Whelans, The Joinery, Sweeneys, The Back Loft…..they’ve done them all. And when they’re not on stage we have their creative input in the cafe (lucky us).

Following such incredible people as Lisa Hannigan, Jennifer Evans and Rhob Cunningham (from previous years), this is going to be a great night and a lovely way to wind down the year before we close for our 2 weeks Winter holidays.

Heres a few memories from the night with Lisa Hannigan in 2012:

 

And what to expect from this year:

Food on the night is going to be based on a set of ingredients given to us by each of the artists. Here’s what they gave us: VENISON-PARSNIP-POTATO-STAR ANISE
And that’s all we’re giving you for now……You’ll have to wait until the night to see what we’re doing with them.
(there will be a vegetarian substitute for the venison for those who don’t eat things with faces)

 

Margie Lewis – https://soundcloud.com/margiejeanlewis/the-thread-demo

SignA – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L65LWYAK364&feature=youtu.be

Buffalo Woman – https://soundcloud.com/stranded_aoife/u-make-me-high-buffalo-woman

Old Moon – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StFUsk-4ZLA

 

Tickets are €25 which includes your food and live music
they can be bought from The Fumbally

Thurs 18th December
Doors 7pm

food will be served until 8pm, music starts 8.30pm

 

LASA Legal Advice Clinic – Take II – Tuesday July 15th 2014

Brenda will be back with another Legal Advice clinic for the creative communities on Tuesday 15th July.

Since the last one she held in the Fumbally, she has been approached to do one in a cafe in London and one in West Cork!

She’ll be offering short consultation slots between 9am and 11am, 15 minutes for 20 euro, no need to book, just drop in with your questions, and she’ll have the answers.