Saturday 25th June, 7.00-10.00pm
Be transported back to Victorian Britain with an evening of theatrical entertainment and traditional cuisine. Charles Dickens’ great, great-grandson, Gerald Dickens, will be joining us for the evening, re-telling classic Dickens’ tales in a unique and exciting way. Sit back and enjoy the performance before enjoying a two-course Victorian-inspired menu, including a main course taken straight from Martin Chuzzlewit! End the evening with a re-enactment of the spine-chilling ghost story, The Signalman… the perfect finale to our latest fundraising event.
Table of Six: £350.00
Dickensian Evening Menu:
Ruth Pinch’s Beefsteak Pudding
A delicious slow-cooked beef pudding with an oxtail stock sauce. Served with rosemary glazed heritage carrots and duchess potatoes.
Spring Vegetable Suet Pudding (V)
Served with glazed heritage carrots and duchess potatoes.
Topped with parkin crumb and served with mini Wentworth shortbread biscuits.
Please be aware that, due to the age and nature of the house, there is no disabled access to the uppers floors which includes the venue for this event. If you have access requirements, please contact us in advance of booking on 01226 351161.