Friday 6th December
8am to 9am
Admission is free
Book via Eventbrite
Simon Tyler is back to unleash the possibilities that lie dormant in your attitude and choices and change your relationship to the impossible!
In December’s Rooster Talk, Simon will explore the ways in which attitude and choice influence all aspects of business and personal life and how everything is possible if you can only harness their power.
Interactive, fun, inspiring – Simon’s Rooster Talk will leave you uplifted and feeling anything is possible.
Simon Tyler is an inspiring and entertaining speaker and coach. He works with individuals, teams and companies to positively change and boost attitudes, and enhance the impact they have.
His entertaining, pragmatic and stimulating words, rooted in simplicity, and his ability to connect with everyone he meets, means he is trusted by many organisations to influence positive change.
Join us for December’s Rooster Talk. Free admission with coffee and croissants from The Field Kitchen.
The Field Kitchen’s latest exhibition is by photographer Matt Paish and features images from North Korea, India, Myanmar and Hong Kong. The images were taken while on a two-year travel adventure, spanning 17 countries when one of Matt’s few possessions was a camera.
A few shots were taken in North Korea; a place often characterised by what is concealed rather than what is on view. These photos are candid, captured in natural light, and some taken from a distance. A couple are even shot ‘from the hip’ to avoid detection.
The presence of shadows and silhouettes is a recurring theme, playing on the dichotomy between the visible and the concealed.
MOMENTS KEPT is inspired by the idea that unremarkable moments can be rendered remarkable by a photograph. There’s often an abrupt, disordered relationship between the story and the storyteller.
Matt’s images have featured in national newspapers and magazines including Vice Magazine, What Digital Camera, National Geographic Traveller, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Times. In 2017, he exhibited at The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow, sharing wall space with Martin Parr and Eric Lafforgue.
Matt is also a co-founder of video production company Jooka based at Glove Factory Studios.
Moments Kept can be viewed at The Field Kitchen until 30th November.
For Fire & Feast Winter, The Field Kitchen chefs are planning a sumptuous 3-course sharing feast! Join us to savour the very best seasonal ingredients – venison, scallop and passion fruit.
You’ll eat your fill of a selection of starters, mains and puddings; all showcasing our hero ingredients and the imagination of our chefs!
Start your evening from 7 pm with a welcome drink while the firepits burn brightly in the courtyard here at Glove Factory Studios. Feasting begins at 8 pm with dishes served on large sharing plates to guests gathered around the long tables in The Field Kitchen. This is truly a social affair!
These events are always popular, so book your place early for Fire & Feast Winter.
If you’re vegetarian/vegan or have any dietary requirements, our chefs will rustle up something perfect for you – just let us know when you book.