Farm Feast 2015 is a celebration of good, locally sourced food and drink with homegrown music and live entertainment.
Held in the idyllic rolling fields of Claremont Farm, Andrew Pimbley and his team created the festival, the re-branded, re-imagined Wirral Food & Drink Festival. Now in its second year, it expands on the festival’s traditional elements celebrating local producers and showcasing chef demonstrations while adding music entertainment, and family fun.
It takes place on 13th & 14th June 2015.
For foodies, families or simply those looking for a great day out, Farm Feast is a favourite of the North West’s culinary calendar.
Take a stroll in the cobbled courtyard while browsing the rows of local producers, take a peek at some mouthwatering demonstrations or kick back with a pint of ale and listen to some quality music. From cupcake decorating to natural fire building, the kids won’t be bored either in our Little Feasters zone with activities from camp fire building and bush craft skills to cooking and interactive storytelling.
Check out the official site for more info.
The London International Wine Fair 2015 opens today and runs until the 20th May.
Event Hire is the official supplier to the show, providing a staggering 50,000 ISO Tasting Glasses to the show.
The focus of the Fair is very much on discovery: new wines and spirits, new producers, emerging countries and regions, new vintage releases, seminars, debates and masterclasses make LIWF the perfect trade event.
Some 700 exhibitors take part in the Wine Fair. From many of the world’s leading brand owners, to individual producers collectively displaying over 10,000 wines from every corner of the world. Largely split into country pavilions and import agencies, there’s much to explore.
From 2015, the London Wine Fair will introduce an annual celebration of two grape varieties – one well-known and widely planted, the other less so; one red and one white. Launching the initiative with Syrah and Grüner Veltliner, the Fair will act as a platform providing tailored content to celebrate each variety.
The recent rise of craft beer’s popularity has been remarkable in the UK, with many retailers and restaurateurs reporting double digit growth from the category. Brewhouse presents 40 of the UK’s finest craft brewers in a dedicated area, with accompanying speakers, debate and presentations in our beer theatre ‘The Hopsack.’
New to the Fair for 2015, Wines Unearthed is an area dedicated to wine producers looking for UK representation. Participating wineries have no UK importer and should be export ready. Around 50 producers are expected to take part.
As the sun begins to shine, and we all hope it shines a lot longer, thoughts turn to things like barbeques. Event Hire can help.
The Cinders Caterer TG160 Barbecue is an ideal hire product and provides the perfect catering solution for any size outdoor event.
Slimfold Caterer TG160 is the clear market leader and the professional’s choice for commercial catering operations. It has undergone continual upgrading to maintain this position and is well known as the legendary workhorse of the industry.
Practical features include;
•No assembly necessary.
•Legs designed to stop sinking into soft mud, enabling operations in off road situations.
•Cooking heat reached in less than 5 minutes.
•Individual controls for both sides of the grill.
•High capacity and fast throughput of food resulting in more profits.
•Excess fat can collected in disposable ring pull can.
•Self cleaning by reflected heat. No dismantling to clean.
•Foldable to 190mm for transport and storage.
•Folded legs protect the controls for storage upright on end.
Thursday 21 to Sunday 31 May brings writers and readers together once again to share stories and ideas that inspire, examine and entertain. Now in its 28th year, the 2015 Hay Festival programme spans 11 days with over 700 events, blending expert thinkers, world class writers, and award winning entertainers from the stage and screen.
Main stage highlights include: Neil Gaiman paying tribute to the late Sir Terry Pratchett; a series of events exploring the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta; Mary Portas on the decline of the British high street; Alex Salmond reflecting on Scottish independence; Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor on the Church’s response to sexual abuse; a celebration of the 150th anniversary of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland'; Jude Law leads an all-star line-up for Letters Live; Alan Bennett previews The Lady in the Van film; and talks from Jacqueline Wilson, Kazuo Ishiguro, Michael Morpurgo, Antony Beevor, Karen Armstrong, Germaine Greer, David Mitchell, Graham Swift, Irvine Welsh, Rose Tremain, Elif Shafak, Alexander McCall Smith, Anne Enright, Colm Toibin, Marian Keyes, Marco Pierre White, Marion Coutts and festival President Stephen Fry.
Meanwhile, beyond the main stages are a whole host of activities for all ages to discover and enjoy, from the best local food and drink, creative workshops and artists exhibitions, to a blockbuster programme of free BBC events and the opportunity to explore the stunning surroundings of the local countryside.
If you are having a party or an event outside in the early evening you need to keep your guests warm and Event Hire can help.
It utilises the latest carbon fibre ‘infrared’ heat technology which heats people efficiently but does not cause surrounding objects to become too warm. This makes it more environmentally friendly than the average gas powered heater.
The Zeus has 2 heat settings and a low energy light.
Built into the unit is a PIR sensor, this will automatically turn both the light and the heater off after 5 minutes if no-one is around it. As soon you return Zeus will switch itself back on.
Please contact us to discuss your event.
Opening Saturday May 16th 2015, Madame Tussauds London will take you to your favourite Star Wars scenes. Star Wars at Madame Tussauds will be a unique, immersive experience featuring 16 of the most famous heroes and villains in scenes from some of the most iconic moments featured in Star Wars Episodes I – VI.
Saturday 18 July – Hatfield House, Hertfordshire
The Battle Proms returns to Hatfield House on Saturday 18 July for an exceptional evening of classical music, Spitfire aerial display, Napoleonic cavalry charges, live cannon fire and a spectacular firework finale.
Returning for its 15th year The Battle Proms is held in the beautiful parkland setting of Hatfield House in Hertfordshire and this year will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.
The Battle Proms continues to support Combat Stress, the veterans’ mental health charity. Over recent years Battle Proms has raised almost £200,000 for this worthwhile cause.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own picnics and will enjoy Beethoven’s Battle Symphony and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture with live cannon fire percussion, and sing-a-long finale packed with favorites such as Jerusalem, Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia.
And all just 20 minutes from Kings Cross!
Tickets cost from £36.00 and are available from https://battleproms.ticketsrv.co.uk/index.php/hatfield-house
Visit www.battleproms.com for more information.
SHERLOCKED is an official Sherlock Convention brought to you by Massive Events, in association with Hartswood Films and Showmasters Ltd.
Taking place on Friday 24th April to Sunday 26th April 2015, The ExCeL, London.The three day event will bring you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the TV show ‘Sherlock’, featuring cast and creators from the show and Sherlock himself, BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH.
Also set to appear are Mark Gatiss, Andrew Scott, Rupert Graves, Lara Pulver, Lars Mikkelsen, Louise Brealey, Una Stubbs, Jonathan Aris, Clive Mantle, Louise Breckon-Richards and Steven Moffat.
You can buy tickets here.
Celebrating London’s biggest underground event organisers Guerrilla Zoo‘s 10th anniversary, we are excited to announce a very special collaboration between The Goblin King’s Masquerade Ball and A Curious Invitation for one colossal night of mischief and revelry!
Two parties in one!
Join a grand masked ball with a pagan flair just south of the River Thames. Shed your inhibitions and join a concupiscent celebration, a fecund frolic, a dance to the death.
Featuring a vast cornucopia of delectations including@ Live Music and DJs,Cabaret, Interactive Creatures, Puppetry, Magic Dances, Creepy Crawlies, Hot Tubs, Walkabout Performances, Hidden Experiences, out of this world one-of-a-kind adventures and MUCH MORE!
Friday 8th May 2015
10pm – 4am | Tickets from £15
The Coronet, London SE1
IN THE BALLROOM
The Rite of Spring depicts an ancient ritual in which a pagan tribe gathers to welcome the Earth’s annual regeneration and propitiate the gods by selecting a sacrificial virgin, who then ritually dances herself to death.
As the sun rises over the primeval landscape TROYLUS SEARLL will waken the world from its wintry slumber with a selection of his Wiccan waltzes and pagan Polkas.
The gods are appeased and you may now surrender your body and soul to the dirty bouncy beats of DJ MIGUEL DARE with his house, r’n’b and hip pop tunes (though dancing yourself to death may be in breach of their health and safety certificate).