Tuesday 15 January 2013

Burns' Night Supper with The Foragers in Cambridge Heath

The Foragers have just announced a Burns' Night Supper on Thursday 24th January; see below for the full menu, with vegetarian haggis (which is also delicious) as an option.

"Join us in East London for a traditional supper in honour of the celebrated poet robbie Burns. Chefs from The Foragers will whip up a traditional Scottish three-course feast with the essential components of Whiskey, Haggis, and Neeps and Tatties. You're invited to bring along your own booze with no corkage to pay - so you can get at drunk as Burns would have liked with no charge to your bill - that's austerity for you. 
We welcome kilts, and sporrans, and ghillie brogues. 
In true traditional style we're inviting The Queen of New Wave Storytellers,  Rachel Rose Reid along to grace us with her own fair words and tell us all a bit about Robbie Burns himself  - Having been involved with The Royal Shakespeare Company, BBC Radio 3, and Camden roundhouse Experimental Choir, it's a real honour to have Rachel Rose Reid join us.f. t. listen.
We'll follow dinner with music from Adam Beattie and Alastair Caplin, fellow Scots living in London, where they met in 2011 and began a successful musical collaboration. They play a mixture of songs including originals by Adam, and tunes including originals by Ali. The material selected has its roots in traditional Scottish and Irish music, which they both grew up with. listen. 
Cock-A-leekie soup
Butterbean broth
Veggie haggis
Served with turnip & swede mash, whiskey sauce
Ticket price includes three delightful courses expertly prepared by The Forgers chefs, full entertainment and a lesson on the revered poet. Bring only your booze and leave with a full belly and tired legs. 
Please choose either veggie or meat when ordering."

When - Thursday 24th January 2013

Where - The Arch Gallery, 289 Railway Arches, Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9HA

Cost - £40 plus fees from here

Link - The Foragers Mobile Fodder

Get more events like this:

I am creating a weekly newsletter to feature news about all of the latest and best pop-up and temporary things in London.  Please sign up below!

No comments:

Post a Comment