This October, we’re opening our doors to experimental supper club and culinary collective Camel & Jeans as they take over the Nunnery Café and Gallery with a three-course vegan communal dining experience, paying homage to the humble back garden through food, stories, memories and sounds.
The culinary brainchild of MasterChef quarter and semi-finalists, Hannah, Farokh and Mark, Camel & Jeans curate experimental supper clubs that straddle the boundary between art and cooking.
For this iteration, Camel & Jeans are taking cues from Patrick Goddard’s Programme 1 of this year’s Visions, which sees the gallery transformed into one of Goddard’s characteristic immersive installations, drawing on themes of the English garden, nostalgia, ecology, pets, and abandonment.
Starter: Memories of Farms (with celeriac, spinach, hay)
Main course: Backyard Campfire (with lentils, mushrooms, potatoes, leeks, annatto)
Dessert: Potted Plants in Bloom (with chocolate, beetroot, mint, basil)
This is also a chance to view Visions in the Nunnery after hours, with drinks available to purchase throughout the evening in the Nunnery Café.
As food will be prepared by a very small and busy team, please be aware that we are not able to cater to specific dietary requirements or allergies.