Pub in the Park – what’s it all about?

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Fresh from launching the roaring success that has been the Pop Up Picture House in Marlow, Tom Kerridge and Brand Events are now working  on their next joint venture; ‘Tom Kerridge presents Pub In The Park’ from 19th – 21st May 2017

The family day out will be held in Higginson Park, Marlow and will see pop-up versions of Tom’s two famous Marlow venues: The 2 Michelin starred Hand & Flowers, and The Coach.  Tom will also be inviting some other talented chef friends from Marlow and the surrounding areas who will complete the menu, meaning there will be several other pop-up restaurants, allowing visitors to sample tasting dishes from some of the best chefs around.

Along with trying their food, as the chefs will be hosting live cooking demonstrations allowing visitors to get up close and learn some of their tricks of the trade.

Newly inspired by the food tasting and the cooking demonstrations, visitors can head to the Artisan Food & Drink Market to pick up some top quality ingredients from local suppliers and there will also be a shopping village with a selection of homewares and kitchen accessories.

The perfect pop up pub wouldn’t be complete without top entertainment, so you can take your pick from taking a rowing boat out onto the river to playing some classic pub games on the lawn. The end of each day will see the visitors head to the riverside stage to watch the sun set and listen to some of the best musical acts around.

Tickets are on sale at the beginning of February but visitors can register their interest at to be the very first to hear when tickets are on sale.

And of course…. will be able to share much more information nearer the time! 

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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