The Lost Estate in West Kensington has been transformed into Charles Dickens’ home; just as it would have been on the night before Christmas in 1843. Journey to Victorian London and bear witness to an incredible, cinematic production of Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’, amidst a magical set created by acclaimed designers, Darling & Edge. There’ll be live music from long-time collaborator Steffan Rees, a star-studded cast, and a three-course feast fashioned by Executive Chef Ashley Clarke (Gordon Ramsay Group, Temper Soho).
As the characters come to life around you, you’ll try wonderful dishes inspired by Victorian delicacies, each chosen to complement the story. You’ll start with Smithfield Ham Hock Press and Covent Garden Pease Pudding. Michaelmas Duck roast will follow, served with all the trimmings. And finally; a festive Epiphany Tart filled with Christmas spice and all things nice. All, of course, paired with specially-created Yuletide cocktails. (Don’t worry vegetarians and vegans – there are some delicious-sounding options for you, too! Take a look at the menu here.)
The legendary Great Christmas Feast is famed for the excellent vibes it’s been bringing to London since 2018, and this is its second year inside the company’s vast venue in Kensington. The experience is the very definition of “immersive” and, believe us: there’ll be no Scrooges leaving the building after the Great Christmas Feast is finished with you.
The Great Christmas Feast runs until January 14, with dates available from Tuesday to Sunday in November, expanding to seven days a week in December. There are three types of tickets available, including VIP options. Grab yours here.
Also published on Medium.