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Heritage Makers at the Glove 2020

(Postponed) Heritage Makers at the Glove 2020

16TH MAY 2020
10AM – 3PM

Updated at 17/3/2020 – Event Postponed – New Date TBC 

Heritage crafts are enjoying a renaissance. We think this is something worth celebrating! Join us for our annual Heritage Makers at the Glove event.

Our courtyard will be home to brilliant local crafters in spoon carving, green woodworking, forging, weaving, stonemasonry, pottery and more. All using the traditional maker techniques and tools that have been practised for centuries.

Come along to meet the heritage makers, watch demonstrations, ask questions and have a go. You’ll also be able to buy unique handmade items.

The Field Kitchen will be rustling up some delicious hand-crafted seasonal delights to eat while you browse!

 

Easter Egg Hunt 2020

(Cancelled) Easter Egg Hunt

POSTPONED UNTIL 2021!

13TH APRIL 2020
10AM – 3PM

Bring the whole family along for our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Monday.

Adventurers of all sizes are invited to hunt for clues hidden around our courtyard, lakes and fields. Once you find them, you’ll need all your brainpower to reveal the mystery word.

If you’re smart enough to crack the code, you’ll be able to claim your Easter egg reward.

Head to The Field Kitchen with your tribe when you arrive to buy your hunt card and start the day’s fun.

There’ll also be face-painting, games and a scrumptious barbeque!

 

Nick Hussey Rooster Talks April 2020

(POSTPONED) Rooster Talks: How business failure & mental breakdown made me happier (eventually) – With Nick Hussey

Friday 3rd April
8am to 9am

Update at 17/3/2020 – Postponed – New Date TBC

Admission is free
Book via Eventbrite

Running your own business can be an intense and scary experience. Most businesses go bust – fact. That’s what happened to apparel designer Nick Hussey’s first business, Vulpine.

What happens when you’ve thrown everything: physically, emotionally, monetarily into your business, only to watch it all slide away from you?

Now running his second venture out of Glove Factory Studios – FRAHM Jacket, Nick Hussey talks with total honesty, humour and passion about what it’s like to stake everything and lose. Then, how failure and mental collapse eventually has made his life and new business so much better. 

Nick will find a route out of obsession, fear, pressure, workaholism, debt, burnout, shame, collapse and more, with a surprisingly light touch.

April’s Rooster Talk will leave you feeling inspired and hopeful, with practical ways to make your business and home life happier and more efficient.

Join us – free admission plus coffee and croissants at The Field Kitchen.

Fire & Feast Spring

(Postponed) Fire & Feast Spring at The Field Kitchen

NOW POSTPONED TO FIRE & FEAST SUMMER

3RD APRIL 2020
7PM

£30 per person
Book Tickets

A truly social affair, join us for Fire & Feast Spring and savour a 3-course sharing feast celebrating the very best seasonal ingredients lamb, wild garlic and rhubarb.

Come along to eat your fill of starters, mains and puddings featuring spring’s hero ingredients served on big sharing plates around the long tables in The Field Kitchen.

The evening begins at 7pm with a welcome drink around the firepits in our courtyard and your feast served from 8pm. Perfect for a celebration with friends or family, but do book early!

* If you have any dietary requirements, please let us know when you book, and we’ll make something just for you.

Robert Shaw Exhibition

‘Not to Scale’ by Robert Shaw – Exhibition

Come on over to see the latest exhibition at The Field Kitchen.
‘Not to Scale’ is a series of architectural illustrations by Robert Shaw.

This series of posters derive from my interest in architecture and show some of my favourite buildings.

This Modernist set highlights heroic architecture from post-war Britain (plus the Arndale Centre, which isn’t that heroic to be honest, though a landmark in Manchester nevertheless).

The series includes Erno Goldfinger’s concrete cliff-face in Poplar – Balfron Tower (the younger sister of Trellick Tower) and Great Arthur House on the Golden Lane Estate.

These are simple renderings, often drawn as the architect imagined them rather in their final built form.

– ROBERT SHAW

The posters are beautifully printed on fine art paper and available to buy in three sizes: A2/A1/70 x 50mm. The exhibition runs at The Field Kitchen until the end of March 2020.

Robert is a founding partner at Northbank Design, based here at Glove Factory Studios.