Masterchef's Jay Rayner comes to Bristol Thursday 30th MarchPosted on: 17 Jan 2017
The wonderfully out there Jay Rayner will be coming to Bristol to wow audiences at the Redgrave Theatre on Thursday 30th March. The Redgrave Theatre has become a leading venue for amazing gigs in Bristol, and this is one that will not disappoint any culinary adventurers out there!
The show will consist of Jay telling you just how it is when it comes to the modern day food and how you need to take his advice as ‘Food Gospel’.
The original Ten Commandments have very little to offer when it comes to the complex business of how and what we eat and because of this the award-winning restaurant critic and Masterchef judge Jay Rayner has decided it’s time to act. So join the culinary Moses in this audio-visual romp as he attempts to lead us to the edible Promised Land. He’ll explain why thou shalt always eat with thy hands, why thou should most definitely worship leftovers, and why thou must celebrate the stinkiest of foods.
Plus he’ll invite thee to honour thy pig - and so much more besides. Join the chair of BBC Radio 4’s Kitchen Cabinet as he sets out to provide hilarious guidance on the very best way to eat now. Includes Q&A and book signing.
The Redgrave Theatre is located at Clifton College in Bristol. The auditorium seats 323 people and there is plenty of on-street parking available around the venue.
A wide range of shows are performed from theatre companies, both local and national, through to comedians, live music, dance, psychic mediums and family shows. There is a foyer bar to keep you refreshed which opens 45 minutes before each production with a selection of wines, beers, soft drinks and snacks.
For an upcoming events programme please click here or check out The Redgrave Theatre Facebook or Twitter page. If you are enquiring about hire of the facilities please contact Nick Jones via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 3157602.
Matt, originally from Belfast, has only lived in Bristol for a year now and is studying Media & Journalism at UWE. He wants to concentrate his writing and media skills in Bristol's culinary culture, delving into what fine feasts the city has to offer and where the best places to go for food really are. Along with an aspiration to interview some of the influential people shaping Bristol and some who are simply passing through, Matt really is trying to make Bristol his new home! For any other info check out his Facebook or Twitter.