AWARD-winning chef and food writer Tom Kerridge brings his food and music festival, Pub in the Park, to Bath’s Royal Victoria Park over the weekend 21st to 23rd June.
Following last year’s success, Pub in the Park returns with an array of pop-up pubs including Tom Kerridge’s The Hand & Flowers as well as The Hardwick, Angela Hartnett’s Café Murano, Midsummer House and The Churchill Arms and local establishments The King William, The Marlborough Tavern and The Pony & Trap.
Top chefs on the demonstration stage, giving tips and showcasing classic recipes will include Angela Hartnett and Josh Eggleton. Fred Sirieix will open the show on the Friday night and take a Q&A session on the Chef Demo stage. Food writer, stylist and broadcaster Rosie Birkett will introduce her new book, The Joyful Home Cook; and two-Michelin-starred chef patron of Midsummer House, Daniel Clifford will talk about his part cookbook, part autobiography, Out of my Tree.
There will be drinks by Dark Horse Wine, London Prosecco, Champagne Piaff, Chase Gin and Vodka and the Greene King Bar, and hundreds of gastronomic goodies from local and national producers in the artisan shopping village.
For children there will be glitter and face painting, fun activities and games, and entertainment on the Saturday afternoon and Sunday sessions.
The impressive music line-up includes Basement Jaxx, Gabrielle, Rob Green, Texas, Natalie Williams and the Soul Family, Will Young, The Cuban Brothers and Dodgy.
Top chefs will be live on the demonstration stage giving you tips and showcasing classic recipes; don’t miss the likes of Angela Hartnett, Josh Eggleton, Stephen Terry, Daniel Clifford, Nick Deverell-Smith and Ping Coombes. The brilliant Fred Sirieix (of First Dates fame) will be opening the show on the Friday night and taking a Q&A session on the Chef Demo stage too.
There will also be book signings by food writer, stylist and broadcaster, Rosie Birkett who will introduce her new book The Joyful Home Cook; and two Michelin starred chef, chief patron of Midsummer House and TV regular, Daniel Clifford with his part cookbook, part autobiography, Out of my Tree.
Dark Horse Wine, London Prosecco, Champagne Piaff, Chase Gin and Vodka and the Greene King Bar will be serving up an array of drinks, plus there will also be hundreds of gastronomic goodies from local and national producers in the artisan shopping village.
Pub in the Park is open on Friday evening from 6-10.30pm, on Saturday afternoon from 11.30am-4.30pm, and evening from 6-10.30pm, and Sunday afternoon will open from 1-7pm. For more information call Bath Box Office on 01225 463362 or visit www.pubintheparkuk.com/bath