A unique dining experience is offering a Bonfire Night with a difference this weekend. The Disappearing Dining Club is hosting its monthly dinner and dance event on November 5, taking place in an underground art space.
Owner Stuart Langley says, "We host dinner parties in spaces that are found, reclaimed, lost or unusual. We go into spaces that have nothing. At 8 a.m., we build a kitchen, a bar, a restaurant and a music venue party space and lounge area. We put it all in, then people come and have a fantastic evening, then we pack everything away again the next day. The venues we use only exist for the 12 hours we’re there for."
To start, guests will enjoy Grey Goose cocktails and British game canapes including Hare Pasties, Wild Boar Dumplings and Hot Winter Vegetable Broth. The party will then move downstairs to the huge basement gallery for a roast dinner of Pigeon, Pork, Liver & Port Terrine with Cumberland Sauce, Roast Venison, Sweet & Sour Cabbage, Swede Mash & Juniper Berries, Soused Autumn Fruit with Vanilla Ice Cream, and a Big Cheese Buffet to finish.
DJs Chris Coco, Pete Gooding and Dirty Omar then take to the dance floor, spinning tunes until the early hours. Tickets cost £50pp, including a cocktail and five-course meal. For more info visit DisappearingDiningClub.co.uk.
Carol Driver is a journalist with more than 13 years' experience writing, subbing and editing at national and regional publications and websites in the UK. Carol is currently the group editor at TNT Multimedia, which has magazines in London, Australia and New Zealand. She previously worked at national newspaper website the Mail Online well as writing for a host of other publications. She has also ...(Read More)