Coming Up: Festivals for Foodies & Film Fans

While we ponder plagiarising various local websites to create our legendary Twickenham festival season “What’s On” guide, we thought we’d mention two things coming up which might just tickle your fancy.

A Foodies Festival in action

A Foodies Festival in action

First up is a Foodies Festival at Marble Hill Park this weekend. Given that Twickenham now has an organic butchers, a farmers market, an ‘artisan bakery lab’, a proper fishmongers and, of course, a moderately large Waitrose and a KFC, it’s fair to say that we’re turning into a right bunch of foodies here on the rive gauche of the Thames. So, given that (made-up) fact you could well be interested in the Foodies Festival which takes place on 24th, 25th and 26th May. What dat? It’s a food and drink festival which features top chefs, cookery demonstrations, kids stuff, pop up restaurants, live music, a ‘real ale and cider farm’ plus wine and cocktails. There’s even a ‘feasting tent’ and a chilli food market. Sounds interesting. We’re guessing that you don’t take your own picnic. The event runs from 11.00am through to early evening each day. Tickets can be purchased online but through the magic of twickerati (and the internet) you can register below for free tickets.

LINKS:
* Register in advance for free tickets (500 pairs available. Register online and your name will be put on the guest list for when you turn up)
* Foodies Festival – Marble Hill Park

 

Meanwhile…. remember the Twickenham Alive Film Festival last year? Well, it’s back. The grand screening and prize awarding ceremony for the 2014 edition takes place on 29th May at St Mary’s University on Waldegrave Road. Eleven films will be shown over the evening covering a range of genres. As with last year, there are entries from overseas as well as from the UK to give it a bit of an international flavour. You can register for tickets through the link below. Oh, and punters will, according to the website, “have direct access to the Student Union Bar with drinks at club prices”. Surely you’re not going to be swayed by the prospect of cheap booze are you? Are you?? Tickets cost a mere £6 each or £10 per pair.

LINK:
* Twickenham Alive Film Festival

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