Friday Night Supper Club
We are delighted to announce the return of our Friday Night Supper Club in support of Help Refugees. This year the al fresco dining experience will be will be hosted by Gizzi Erskine who has rallied up her very talented mates to curate the menu inspired by Eastern coastal countries of the Mediterranean.
They will be creating a specially designed four-course menu for guests to enjoy under the stars. In a nod to the supporting charity Help Refugees, Gizzi has asked chefs to base menus using ingredients from the Greece, Syria, Turkey, Egypt and Libya.
This year's menu has been carefully created by some of the UK's hottest chef talent including Robin Gill, Neil Rankin, Jack Stein and Sophie Michell along with Gizzi Erskine herself. If that wasn't enough, our champagne partner Veuve Clicquot will be pouring some perfectly chilled glasses of champagne to accompany the menu. There will also be wine on the tables for you to enjoy with your meals, all included in the price of the ticket.
Please note, tickets are very limited so book quickly to avoid disappointment.
Friday Night Supper Club ticket-holders must also have an entry ticket to the festival in order to attend. All proceeds will be donated to Help Refugees.
The Supper Club will run from 7.30pm - 9.45pm and tickets are priced at £92.00, with all proceeds going to the charity Help Refugees.
Fermented potato flatbread, nduja and cultured cream
Chicken liver parfait. Salted Pistachio brittle. Pomegranate. Crispy chicken skin
Grilled squid, fennel and prawns with chemoula and prawn head tahini
BBQ butterflied lamb leg with thyme, mint, onions, Hendrick's and cucumber, lettuce, aioli, pickled chillies, chilli sauce, coleslaw and chips
Meringues with Pistachio whipped cream and rose petal jam
*We are unable to cater for all dietary requirements, however we shall be offering a vegetarian option. Please advise at time of booking.*
About Help Refugees
Help Refugees is a grassroots humanitarian organisation formed in September 2015. They began in response to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Calais. By October, they became the main providers of aid to the unofficial refugee camps in Calais and Dunkirk. Nearly two years on, they are facilitating more grassroots projects across Europe and the Middle East than any other organisation.
Their mission is to identify the most effective civil society groups and independent volunteers already working on the ground in crucial points along migration routes. They then provide those groups with any support they may need, whether that be financial, capacity-building, or by widening their network. Across Northern France, Greece, Italy, Serbia, Turkey, Lebanon and Syria, they have met with the best of humanity and are proud to say they have contributed to their work.
All proceeds from the Friday Night Supper Club will be going to the charity.