The Humanist Kitchen – Cookery and Dining in Renaissance Italy – Saturday 28 March at 7.30

Food historian Ivan Day will guide us through the curiosities of Italian gastronomy a couple of centuries before the arrival of the tomato. In 14th century Padua the revival of Classical mechanics not only resulted in the earliest European clocks, but also the world’s first mechanical spit, the must-have gizmo of any up-to-date Renaissance kitchen. […]

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Feb 24th – Casting evening for our June production of Peepolykus’ Hound of the Baskervilles.

This is a fast-paced, high-energy, farcical comedy in which 14 characters from Conan Doyle’s Hound are tackled by just three actors. No pressure!

Lots of fun to be had with slapstick, multi-roling and fourth wall breaks. To get a taste and (completely informally) audition, come along to the casting evening on Monday 24th February at 7.30pm. […]

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