Grub (not to be confused with Grub London, or Grub Club) are hosting two Christmas feasts at The Bread and Roses pub in Clapham on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th December. It promises to be quite a theatrical experience - and they suggest that guests should wear Christmas jumpers and wooly hats.
"Ladies and Gents,
"A Christmas Feast" from The Devil's Larder.
A theatrical feast including a six course banquet created by Grub's very own chef, Mr James Knox Boothman (head chef at the Coal Vaults, Soho), curated by Grub co-founder and Creative Director Melanie May (The London Leisure Pirates, Lost & Found), and performance from Theatre Director Jack Stigner (FoulPlay Productions, Colossal Crumbs, Twisted Hip).
Grub, 2013's traditional British pop-up restaurant, became a local favourite for the East End, serving classic national dishes with a touch of finesse in a charming environment; upstairs at the Bethnal Green Working Men's Club.
"A Christmas Feast" follows the success of Grub's first theatrical feast from The Devil's Larder, a seven course banquet commemorating Queen Victoria's coronation anniversary including: Sooty urchins, shoveled muscles, People Pie, Pears soap dessert complete with saucy advertisement, and many more moments of macabre culinary drama. Grub teams up with Starving Arts, to make "A Christmas feast" bigger, better, and even more spectacular, but don't be fooled by the little devils, I mean elves... Christmas is cooking and we promise to sell-out to stuff your stockings.
Grub in The Devils Larder's "A Christmas Feast" is showing on the 9th and 10th of December, at The Bread and Roses, Clapham.
Dress code: Christmas Jumpers and Woolly hats"
When - Monday 9th & Tuesday 10th December
Where - The Bread and Roses, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ
Tickets - £30 from here - Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th
Link - Facebook page
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