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Now I don’t know much about this one because it’s the inaugural food festival – but I’m always up for another event that revolves around food and if it’s in a lovely historic location, even better. Watch this space!
Brinklow Road, Binley, Coventry, CV3 2AB
Something a bit different for you – Cafe Vin Cinq in Rugby are holding a ‘Glitz Glam Psychic Soiree’. Apparently you’ll be able to “explore the other side” with the help of several talented clairvoyants and psychics. You’ll also get a glass of Prosecco on arrival, be able to sip specially-made cocktails and enjoy some of Cafe Vin Cinq’s food. Tickets are free and more info is here.
Cafe Vin Cinq, 25 High St, Rugby CV21 3BW
Rugby Food & Drink Festival is a bit earlier this year – slap bang in summer instead of in the usual September festival season. This year looks to be a bit different from previous years and even better. Watch this space and the Rugby First website for more updates!
Rugby Town Centre
The Farm’s resident chef will teach you fish prep techniques from scaling, gutting and filleting a range of fish, as well as how to cook those fish on the bone.
The Farm, Stratford upon-Avon, The Farm Stratford upon Avon, King’s Lane, Snitterfield, Stratford-upon-Avon
I love a food festival and this one sounds pretty good. More than 50 stalls, including street food and local produce plus Santa, reindeer, bars, entertainment, workshops, gin tastings and more. The perfect warm-up for Christmas!
Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SA
One for you horror lovers out there. This immersive dining experience will see you join Dr Frankenstein at the Old Grammar School in Coventry for food and drink at a ‘secret laboratory’. It’s described as a ‘no holds barred immersive theatrical experience’ in the medieval surroundings of the Old Grammar School.
You’ll get a “darkly humorous bodily buffet” as well as experimental cocktails surrounded by taxidermy from the Herbert’s collection.
Don’t worry, all the food is vegan – despite its appearance – and they can cater for other dietary requirements. Tickets are £28 plus booking fee. Visit their website for more details.
Old Grammar School, Hales Street, Coventry.
Rugby’s very own Food & Drink Festival, complete with demos, stalls and more. Check out my post for more info.
In case you missed it (come on, how could you), we spent a delightful 12 days on Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula in May. We walked, we boated, we relaxed and we […]