Together, working with local community groups, charities and organisations, we are celebrating T.S Eliot’s poem ‘The Waste Land’ and Turner Contemporary’s present exhibition, ‘Journeys with The Waste Land’ exploring the poem and it’s influences through visual art.
Held at the magical Garden Gate Project amongst the plants and greenery, for each night of the supper club, you will be treated to a 7 course feast, and immersed in an experience of taste, smell, sight and sound, with musicians, actors, and artists.
27th & 28th April 6.30pm – late.
My menu references the poem, and is inspired by T.S. Eliot, his life, his letters, and his enjoyment of good food and drink (notably gin!), using seasonal and locally sourced and foraged ingredients. The menu is also inspired by foods of the 1920’s (Eliot wrote part of the poem here in Margate in 1921 and it was published 1922). Continue reading