Chef Mark Breen is back for 2018 with his Seasonal Kitchen for a four course dining ecxperience showcasing the best of early Spring produce form the garden and beyond. Your venue for the evening is our green oasis in the heart of King's Cross home to apple trees and busy bees.
We are celebrating our love for food, for stories and myths and for each other with an evening in honour of Februa, Roman goddess who who gave this month her name and her ‘febris,’ fever of love. Using produce from the garden and beyond chef Mickey Reedy will recount the rituals and myths of Old England from Roman festivals to Saxon rituals...
Seeing out our Seeds Festival with The Sustainable Food Story and grains in two of our favourite forms: milled and kneaded into little pizza dough balls, fermented in to craft beer. Join us around the cob oven and open fires for a relaxed evening in the garden.
Come and join us at the Skip Garden to celebrate all things seeds, the signals of the beginning of Spring and the stirrings of new life. We will be growing, cooking, sprouting, swapping, creating, wondering and marvelling at the knowledge, qualities and life that seeds hold.
The event is broken down into morning and afternoon. The morning activities are geared to adults, including the home-cooked lunch. The afternoon activities are geared to families with children.
The Skip Garden Kitchen team are back from their travels and getting things ready for the cafe to re-open this Saturday! From 10am we will be swerving hot drinks, sweet treats and more. In the evening we will be joined by The Sustainable Food Story for some delicious clay oven baked pizzas.
The garden will be open from 5pm - 10pm on Thursday, Friday & Saturday for Lumiere London. Skip the crowds for a mulled wine and bite to eat in our lovely garden which will be lined with willow lanterns made by Global Generation staff, volunteers and young people.
Plants & beauty have long been in cahoots and a lot of the products we use were once (some still are) plant based. Whether by their chemical properties or soothing aromas flowers and herbs can help to nourish & mend your skin. In this workshop you will learn how to harness the power of plants into your very own lotions & potions.
Whether you're looking for a staff outing or catch up with friends, we've got a special seasonal lunchtime menu and a range of bookable dining spaces to cater to your numbers and needs. From the cosy yurt with a wood burning stove, to the classroom that accommodates up to 30, or the Skyroom for up to 20, with the deck overlooking bustling King's Cross, we've got unique spaces within our urban garden that could be the perfect spot to exchange your secret santa's and have a merry afternoon.
Join us for a wonderful celebration of all foods that expand, pop, and explode. Our culinary wizards will be laying on a vegetarian experience of flavours and textures alongside hearty warming grub with the last of Autumn's bounty. What could be better than spending time together around a bonfire, spreading warmth and love. Book online
An evening of discovery through the ages of wheat. Scientist and story teller Abi Glencross will lead you through the mythical story of this precious grain. Plant your own ancient and modern wheat seeds to grow this coming year and even mill some into flour to take home and bake with.
We are loading up the Skip Garden bike with everything we need (plants and all) to host a mobile wizard school for Halloween. Find us at the top of the canal steps on Granary Square for some wand whittling or to design and plant your own spell garden! All ages are welcome.
Come out of the concrete - into the Paper Garden. It's a magical place that helps you get really messy & explore your creative side.
Please, join us for a day of making, creativity and fun, as we develop our first 'parklet' - A pocket park inspired by the birds of Canada Water and the imaginations of young people.
Lunch, tools and guidance provided. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's set the scene. It's the year 2050 and there's been an outbreak of a terrible virus which has turned the whole crop population of the UK into inedible mutant flowers, except in London. The city has barred the doors, locked itself in and it's safe, for the moment.