The very imaginative and stylish Art of Dining are back for a Christmas feast in a 16th century National Trust house in Homerton, for two nights only, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th December. The decadent menu will be influenced by still life painting and recipes from the period. Should be a very special couple of evenings!
"The Art of Dining are serving up a lavish 15th Century feast in an authentic Tudor house. Chef Ellen Parr (Moro, Rochelle’s Canteen) has designed a decadent five-course menu influenced by Vanitas still life paintings and real 15th Century recipes, whilst artist and set designer Alice Hodge will be laying the table in the style of a Tudor banquet and, in homage to the Vanitas genre, creating a spectacular centrepiece sculpture using skulls, burning candles, soap bubbles, decaying flowers and more.
The setting for this magic and mystery is the beautiful National Trust property Sutton House, which was built in 1535 and retains the atmosphere of a Tudor home. Open fires, oak-panelled rooms and mullioned windows will transport you back five centuries."
Where - Sutton House, 2-4 Homerton High Street, Hackney, E9 6JQ
Tickets - £55 from here
Link 1 - The Art of Dining
Link 2 - Tickets
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