Yorkshire Life Hull UK City of Culture Reader Dinner at Drewton’s
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Join us for an exclusive Hull UK City of Culture celebration dinner.
You are invited to join us at a very special readers’ dinner to mark Hull UK City of Culture on Friday, June 23rd. Our guest speaker is journalist, broadcaster, author and Hull UK City of Culture chairperson Rosie Millard who always welcomes the chance to write or talk about Hull.
Rosie attended Hull University and although she lives in London she visits the city regularly to support its arts organisations and educational institutions. She attended the 50th anniversary celebrations of the University of Hull’s drama department and aimed to inspire the city’s journalists of the future by speaking at Journalism Day 2014 – an annual event organised by Hull School of Art and Design at Hull College, held at Hull Truck Theatre. Rosie is a keen marathon runner and in June 2014 she completed the Humber Half Marathon, wearing the runner number 2017 with pride.
Our hosts are Drewton’s in South Cave, near Brough in East Yorkshire who have prepared a fabulous Yorkshire inspired menu for the evening. Drewton’s run by Katie Taylor, on the Drewton Estate have a reputation for preparing mouth watering dishes with the finest seasonal produce from the estate and from a network of local farmers and growers as well as directly from their own farm shop butcher.
During the weekend following the dinner Drewton’s are staging a meet the producer event with a Hull 2017 theme and will feature their Hull-based suppliers and food producers. They are also inviting local school children to create Hull 2017-themed artwork which will be framed and go on display in their special City of Culture Art Gallery.
BOOK YOUR PLACE
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Friday, June 23rd at 7.30pm
Tickets are £30 each and you can book your place by calling 01430 425079, by emailing email@example.com or by calling in at Drewton’s, The Drewton Estate, South Cave, Nr Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 2AG.
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Masons Lavender gin and tonic
McCallums Summer Fruit liqueur with Prosecco
Great Newsome Brewculture blonde ale
Rawsons asparagus spears with fresh hollandaise
The Chilli Jam Mansmoky sausages, Yorkshire Rapeseed mustard mayo
Mini Yorkshire puddings with Drewton’s rare beef and horseradish
Bruschetta with Lowna Dairy goats’ cheese and roasted red pepper
Staal’s smoked mackerel mousse with toasted Adrianos sourdough, fresh watercress and pickled Cavegate cucumber
Three Little Pigs chorizo and Gilberdyke heritage tomato linguine pasta, with fresh chilli and basil and parmesan shavings
Posh Fish n’ Chips
Seared local cod with Rawsons asparagus, GWS Seafood crab beignet and fresh samphire with chips and scraps (chip spice optional!)
Pie n’ Peas
Drewton’s steak and Wold Top ale pie with Dales new potatoes, East Riding honey-glazed carrots and crushed Yorkshire peas with a shot of Wold Top Shepherd’s Watch
‘Hull Fair’ pudding plate
Miss Friday cherry chocolate brownie with candy floss, Cavegate strawberry kebab, Tiers of Joy fresh lemon macaron and vanilla ice cream topped with Wright’s brandy snap and cinder toffee
Coffee Care filter coffee or Taylors Yorkshire Tea