Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Alys Fowler's 'Where the Wild Things Grow' Dinner in Bethnal Green

This May Oxford House in Bethnal Green is playing host to a 5 course dinner prepared mainly from food grown by Alys Fowler on her allotment with seasonal variations served by Can Eat, as part of the The event will be part of "Where the Wild Things Grow" a collaborative project between the renowned artists Paul Debois, Alys Fowelr, Lynn Keddie, celebrating the annual "Chelsea Fringe Festival"

"Alys Fowler is an award winning journalist, presenter and kitchen garden specialist, with both an allotment and urban back garden, complete with two chickens, lots of flowers and plenty of vegetables. She writes a weekly column on gardening for The Guardian.She has written for The Royal Horticultural Society's magazine The Garden, Gardeners' World Magazine, Gardens Illustrated, Grow Your Own and National Geographic' Green. She is also the author of four books; The Thrifty Gardener, The Thrifty Forager, The Edible Garden and Abundance. She is currently working on a book about bees. She won Garden Writer of the Year 2014.On television she has appeared on ITV's Britain's Greatest Houses and Channel Four's River, as well as the BBC's Cottage Edible Gardens, Our Food and their coverage of both The Chelsea Flower Show and the Hampton Court Flower Show.She is currently one of the faces of the BBC's Great British Garden Revival."

When - Sat 24th May, at 7.30pm

Where - Oxford House, Derbyshire St, E2 6HG

Tickets - £40 from WeGotTickets here


Link - Tickets page

Where - Oxford House, Derbyshire St, E2 6HG

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