Pop-up dining experiences

Jazz brunch at The Lightbox

Best for: culture and soothing sounds

Originating in New Orleans circa 1940, a Jazz Brunch is a delightful way to start your day. The good food and gentle grooves will help to revive you and get you ready for a day browsing the stalls at the festival.

Renowned jazz guitarist, Pete Roth, and his band will play both sittings while you choose from eggs royale, buttermilk pancakes and other brunchtime favourites.

  •  Date: Saturday 31 August 2019
  • Times: 10 to 11.30am and 11.30am to 1pm
  • Venue: Seasons Café, The Lightbox
  • Cost: £11.50
  • Tickets: 01483 737 837, advance booking is required

Brunch menu 

Tea on the Terrace

Best for: location

Soak up the atmosphere from this prime vantage point overlooking Jubilee Square, the heart of the festival, as you enjoy a selection of sandwiches, scones (with jam and cream) and homemade cakes.

Served on the terrace outside the church, this quaint pop-up experience includes a revitalising pot of tea or freshly brewed coffee.

  • Dates: Friday 30 and Saturday 31 August
  • Times: 10am to 4pm
  • Venue: ChristChurch Café, Jubilee Square
  • Cost: £11.95 per person
  • Tickets: Turn up and wait to be seated

FEAST! curry supper club - ** SOLD OUT **

Best for: authentic flavours

This one-off FEAST! curry supper club is curated by Lorna Nanda Gangotra, owner of The Little Indian Kitchen and winner of the BBC’s ‘Big Family Cooking Showdown’ in 2017.

Lorna and her sisters wowed TV judges, Rosemary Shrager and Giorgio Locatelli, with adaptations of their traditional Indian Punjabi family recipes, which diners can sample during this intimate and informal gastronomic experience. The menu includes her winning exotic chicken curry, baingan ka bharta (smoked aubergine cooked with spices) and anardana channa (pomegranate chickpea curry).

  • Date: Friday 30 August
  • Start time: 7.30 to 10.30pm
  • Venue: ChristChurch café, Jubilee Square
  • Cost: £45 per person
  • Tickets: ** SOLD OUT **