Banquet Like Toad Of Toad Hall At The Latest BYOB Literary Supper Club

The Literary Hour is paying homage to The Wind in the Willows with a five-course multi-sensory feast in Toad Hall.

They’re offering you a chance to spend an evening immersing yourself in Kenneth Grahame’s much loved novel, with an evening of nostalgic nosh. Picnic on the riverbank with Toad, Mole, Ratty and Badger before moving downstream to sample the finest fare Toad Hall can offer.

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While the event’s organisers aren’t giving too much away for us, we do know that lucky guests are in for a five-course meal and a welcome cocktail inspired by The Wind in the Willows and each course will be punctuated with a short reading from the novel. They’re also ‘positively encouraging’ attendees to BYOB – well, it would be rude not to really wouldn’t it? It’s what Toad would have wanted.

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If you’re looking for a little more inspiration, check out these pictures of some of The Literary Hour’s previous supper club successes…

The Chronicles of Narnia:

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And The Brothers Grimm:

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Tickets to the supper club cost between £53 and £59 depending on the day and you can find the booking page here. The dinners run from 17th August to 3rd September and – although the theme might invoke childhood nostalgia – the event is adults only.

Alternatively, you can try Gingerline’s new immersive gin experience or try our guide to alternative London supper clubs.

Feature Image: The Literary Hour

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