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a tradition in Italy that families get together on Christmas Eve to enjoy a meal called ‘The Feast of Seven Fishes’, a huge seven course meal that represents the seven sacraments and ushers with huge amounts of seafood.

This year, Londoners can experience this tradition while also helping to give something back to the community. You know what they say Christmas is all about giving! Tom Hunt, the man behind Forgotten Feasts, has teamed up with food charity Foodcycle to bring you the Forgotten Feast of Seven Fishes from Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th December in the atmospheric setting of the Brunel museum in Rotherhithe.

Dishes aim to include forgotten fish that we see less regularly on British menus, widening our horizons and preventing us from being so dependent on species whose numbers are dwindling such as cod. The menu includes many different types of fish and also wild foods and misshapen vegetables that may not otherwise be used, making this a very ethical meal.

Furthermore, proceeds from the event will go to Foodcycle, a charity whose aim is to make sure that communities in London have enough food to eat and you can help by enjoying this creative feast. Tickets are only £35 and are available now.

As if all this wasn’t enough, before dinner is served, guests will be invited to take a guided tour of the underground Grand Entrance Hall of Brunel’s Thames Tunnel, one of the great engineering achievements in history and the first tunnel under a river anywhere in the world. Having been closed for over 140 years, the chance to explore this marvellous structure is not to be missed.

Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, SE16