Black Huts Festival, Mulled Cider & a Sunday Roast. SEE HERE

Here’s the weekly line up from us atop the hill…

Thursday 7-11 Bar & Kitchen

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Exhibition by local painter Glenys Jacques continues (for other opening hours, please see our website) this Thursday evening, including an artists talk with music.

 

 

Food will be served from 7-9, this weeks menu is a choice of Tacos: slow cooked spiced brisket of local beef or roast pepper & feta with a selection of sides.

 

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Its mulling season! We begin with mulled local cider on offer from our bar Friday-Sunday (while stocks last)

 

 

 

Friday – Black Huts Festival 

screen-shot-2016-10-26-at-14-00-23The fifth annual festival of writing, music & film kicks off this Friday with poetry performance  Winter Migrants (Tom Pickard, Maggie O’Sullivan, Nicholas Johnson & John James) starting at 7.30pm. Bar & Kitchen open at 6.

Tickets £8 or £7 concs

For full listings please see link below.

 

 

Saturday Afternoon – Black Huts continues – Bar & Kitchen from 12. Entertainment from 2.

“Shall We & Why Not”

Documentary film maker Colin Still presents his film on seminal American poet Robert Creeley followed by readings from poets Jennifer Dunbar Dorn (over from Denver) & Stuart Montgomery.

Tickets £8 or £7 concs

 

Saturday Evening – Black Huts continues – Bar & Kitchen from 6. Entertainment from 7.30.

DESCANT ON RAWTHEY’S MADRIGAL – an evening of poetry, film and music in honour of Northumbrian poet Basil Bunting.

Followed by live music from four piece band Grasscut.

Tickets £10 or £8 concs. Alternatively, tickets to both the afternoon & evening shows can be purchased at £15 or £12 concs.

For full listings please press HERE

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Book in now for your home cooked locally sourced Sunday roast with us!

 

 

 

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For bookings, tickets or any other enquiries please call 01424 431 305

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