The time in North Cyprus is

What's on in North Cyprus

<< 1st October - 7th October 2012 >>

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
10th International North Cyprus Music Festival
RBL 3 in 1 11th International Olive Festival
Tour of North Nicosia   Tour of North Nicosia Famagusta Market Tour of North Nicosia Guzelyurt Market Church Services
Tour of South Nicosia   Kyrenia Market Tour of South Nicosia Tour of South Nicosia Children's Film show Pembegul Market
RoC Independence Day     Dinner & Talk Carpenters Market Lambousa Market Buyukkonuk Market
        Iskele market End of Summer Festival Catalkoy Market
            Amanda's Auction

If you know of an event that should be included, or if you spot an error in our listings, please let us know.

Kyrenia Market. Wednesday weekly.
Kyrenia municipal open air market. Here you will find fantastic value on a vast range of goods, especially fruit, vegetables, cheeses, yoghurts, oils and vinegars (often brought in from the country by farming families), fish, footwear, clothing and all sorts of odds and ends.
(Back to top)

Tour of North Nicosia. Monday, Wednesday and Friday weekly.
Conducted walking tour of North Nicosia. Meet 10.00 at the Kyrenia Gate, or 10.30 at the Lokmaci crossing point. More information.
(Back to top)

Famagusta Market. Thursday weekly.
Here you can buy about everything you might need; clothing, household items, flowers, fish and fresh fruit and vegetables. You can also buy freshly pressed olive oil there, mostly made by the vendor itself (and it does come very often in re-used bottles of J&B, Bells or Teachers!).
(Back to top)

Guzelyurt Market. Saturday weekly.
Everything from clothes, shoes, nuts, sweets, olive oil, honey, home made cheese as well as fruit and vegetables are sold. Produce is fresh, and local people are encouraged to sell the excess from their own gardens. The market opens early, and continues till about 1pm. It is situated on the main street opposite the museum and church.
(Back to top)

Carpenters Market. Friday weekly.
Carpenters Craft & Farmers market, Karaoglanoglu. 10am to 1pm.
(Back to top)

Lambousa Market. Saturday weekly.
Chateau Lambousa Arts and Crafts Fair. 10am to 2.30pm (or later). Stallholders include homebaked pastries and pies, homemade jams and marmalades. CDs, DVDs and book stalls. A variety of clothing and jewellery, antiques, paintings, sculptures and other arts and crafts.
(Back to top)

Children's Film Show. Saturday weekly.
2pm. Free film screenings for children (age 9 and up) at Sidestreets, Nicosia. The films are sometimes in English, sometimes Turkish. For information phone 0392 22 93070/71. Sidestreets is past the post office, and opposite the law courts.
(Back to top)

Church Services, Every Sunday.
Christian churches are represented in North Cyprus. Sunday services are as follows.
Anglican
St Andrew’s, Kyrenia.
8am communion.
10am Family Eucharist and Sunday School. (Hot and cold drinks served in the church hall after the service)
2pm. Turkish language service. (Held in the church hall)
5.30pm. Cyprus International Fellowship
St Mark’s Famagusta (Services held at the old Greek St George’s Chapel on the Salamis Road)
9am Turkish Language service.
11am Communion
5.30pm, Praise and Worship
St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, Nicosia. (Located about 300 yards south of the Paphos Gate.)
9.30am. Holy Communion.
6pm, Evening Prayer.
Roman Catholic.
St Elizabeth of Hungary, Kyrenia.
Mid-day. Mass
Holy Cross Catholic Church, Nicosia. (Located inside the walled city, close to the Paphos Gate.)
8am, 9.30am and 6.30pm. Mass.
Maronite. (Services mainly in the Greek language with some Syriac.)
St George’s, Korucam 8am and 10am. Mass
Holy Cross, Karpasa. 8.30am. Mass
Cathedral of Our Lady of Graces. (Located inside the walled city, near the Paphos Gate)
8am and 10am. Mass
(Back to Top)

Catalkoy Market. Every Sunday.
9am to 1 pm. Soyuz Bar. More information from 0542 885 7723 or 0542 886 7012.

(Back to Top)

Pembegul Market, Every Sunday.
10am - 3pm, Pembegul Garden Centre.  Next to K-Pet petrol garage, Between Bellapais traffic lights & Bellapais roundabout. A selection of plants, books, shoes, DVDs, and more.
(Back to Top)

Buyukkonuk Market, Every Sunday.
11am – 4pm., Buyukkonuk village centre, Karpaz. Organised by the Eco-Tourism Association, the market has handicrafts, traditional food, and local produce.
(Back to top)

Iskele Market, Every Friday.
8am, Ecevit Square car park, Iskele. Fruit, vegetables, clothes, toys, and more.
(Back to Top)

Amanda’s Auction, First Sunday Monthly, except July and August.
10am, Ozankoy. Viewing Friday and Saturday.
(Back to Top)

10th North Cyprus International Music Festival, 10th September to 17th October.
Bellapais Abbey. A series of five concerts spread over one month. Concert dates are 10th and 18th September, and the 5th 12th and 17th October. The fill programme can be found here.
(Back to Top)

11th International Olive Festival, 2nd -7th October.
Details tba.
(Back to Top)

End of Summer Festival, Saturday 6th October.
Milos, Alsancak. A music festival at Milos in Alsancak on Saturday 6th October to raise money for under privileged children of Alsancak. Live bands, folk dancing, and food.
(Back to Top)

Dinner and Talk, Thursday 4th October.
7.30pm, Waterfront Hotel, Lapta. A talk entitled “Behind the Lens at ITN” by ITN Cameraman, Gary Mullins. Cameramen are often the unsung heroes of films, television entertainment and news programming. While those in front of the lens garner the attention and glory, cameramen do much more than simply record the action for posterity. Good cameramen (also referred to as Camera Operators) provide the expertise and know-how to allow producers, directors and reporters to present stories visually through the use of proper angles, vantage points, lighting and close-ups. Gary Mullins will enthral  with a talk about his experiences as a top ITN cameraman. Tickets cost 20Tl for members and 25TL for non-members, and include a curry dinner.
(Back to Top)

Cyprus Independence Day, 1st October.
The country's Independence Day Celebrations honour the day in 1960 when Cyprus gained independence from Great Britain following a long and bitter five-year struggle. A public holiday throughout the country, the day is marked with national events, military parades, parties and processions. Schools, offices and many shops are closed on this day. Follow the links for all RoC holidays and TRNC Holidays.
(Back to Top)

RBL Three in One Event, Monday 1st October.
Denizkizi Hotel. The RBL have three events in one evening. A cocktail reception, a branch meeting, and a talk by ITN cameraman Gary Mullins. Details tba.
(Back to Top)