Foods and Feuds: Two Cooks of Hexham
Join us for a sneak preview of November Club’s new work-in-progress - celebrating the 18th century Hexham born author of the most successful cookbook of all time, The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy.
This is an imaginary time travelling gathering, bringing Glasse, Ann Cook (Glasse’s sworn enemy and rival) and Isabella Beeton together, to cook whilst they talk about their hopes and dreams from conflict to sisterhood.
Queen’s Hall Arts Centre provides disabled access to all public areas of the building with ramps, automatic doors, disabled toilet facilities and lifts. Guide dogs are welcome in all areas of the building.
Access to Blackfriars Cookery School is limited via stairs from the Restaurant. There isn't a lift within this venue.
Written by Fiona Ellis and presented in association with Queen's Hall Arts, Hexham and Blackfriars Restaurant, Newcastle.
Directed by: Cinzia Hardy
Design by: Imogen Cloët
Cast: Kathryn Beaumont, Judi Earl, Jackie Phillips
Supported by: Arts Council England, Northumberland County Council, The Leche Trust and The Catherine Cookson Trust.