This weekend is your final chance to experience Eat Drink Bristol Fashion in the tipis at Queen Square. Organisers are going out in style with three Michelin Star chefs cooking in the Fine Dining restaurant, live music every day and live painting from guest Upfest artists.
The Music line up includes solo artist Georgie Vale, Most Planes Land and Don’t Panic on Saturday, Terry Clemmett, Tina Pluchino and Clutching at Straws, compered by Doug Francisco of the Invisible Circus on Sunday. Love Food Festival on Monday will be accompanied by the Love Food DJs and the Monday night finale will see purveyors of Balkan jazz-folk mayhem, Shelannagig, bring the event to a close.
Find out more at www.eatdrinkbristolfashion.co.uk
Live canvas painting from Dan Kitchener – Saturday 25th May
The talented Dan Kitchener (DANK) will be painting a live canvas in the tipis from 5pm – 7pm which will be raffled to raise money for Gromit’s Grand Appeal and St Peter’s Hospice.
Great British Chefs’ Great British Banquet – Saturday 25th May
In the restaurant kitchen, three Michelin star chefs - Josh Eggleton, James Sommerin and Mark Dodson will each be serving up two courses in a six course feast. Each star chef will be cooking two courses on the night and as part of the ticket, each diner will also be treated to a six glass wine flight, with wines are chosen to complement each dish.
Each diner will receive a menu with a print from collectable urban artist My Dog Sighs, courtesy of Upfest.
The Invisible Circus – Saturday 25th May 8.30pm
In the main Tapas Café and bar area, the Invisibles will be making their triumphant return to the tipis suspending themselves from the rigging above the main dance floor to give bank holiday revellers an aerial show to remember!
Magicians, hula performers and acrobats from the Invisibles will also be returning on Monday 27th May from 4pm to help bring down the curtain on Eat Drink Bristol Fashion 2013.
Love Food Festival – Monday 27th May
Expect a market selling some of the region’s finest produce including fresh bread, fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses, cakes, pies, charcuterie, ice cream, local meat and much more.
There’ll be some superb street food adding to the wonderful array of British tapas on offer in the Tipi Village, included in the tasty line up are, amongst others ‘Niang’s Thai Snacks’, ‘Dorset Sushi’, ‘Ribstreet’ and new kids on the block ‘Stuffed’, purveyors of some mighty fine South African influenced street food. The children’s tent will host a series of activities themed around Neverland. Let your children’s imaginations run riot as they make pirate hats, fairy dust, wings, swords and much more.