One Art of Dining is returning this November for the final in a three part series of events with the National Trust. This one is named The Servants’ Supper and takes place at Ham House in Richmond.of our favourite London pop-up dining experiences, The
The Servants’ Supper will feature all of the usual shenanigans – from delish food, to theatre and set design. Upon arrival, guests will be shown to the rarely seen servants’ quarters for a drinkie whilst exploring the hidden, below stairs part of the house. When the Countess of Dysart isn’t looking, you will be taken on a surreptitious tour of the house before being led to the beautiful Orangery, where the servants of Ham House will be hosting a five-course feast.
The menu will be themed around 17th century British classics (as would have been served in Ham House) alongside peasant food from around the world. Tickets cost £55 but if it’s anything like past events it’ll be well worth it!
13th 14th 15th 16th & 20th 21st 22nd 23rd Nov, 6.30pm – 11pm
Ham Street, Ham, Richmond-upon-Thames, TW10 7RS