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What's on

We have two free events scheduled for March at Ugly Butterfly, providing food for thought with conversations from leading commentators on sustainability.

To book your places please email us at [email protected] and if you want to keep your seat for dinner with us from 7.30pm please let us know.

 

JOIN THE DISCUSSION ON MARCH 18 AT 6.30 PM AT UGLY BUTTERFLY WITH LEADING GAME CHEFS, MANAGERS AND SUPPLIERS

 

GAME – ITS ROLE IN  FOOD SUSTAINABILITY

With just 20 tickets available, this event is part of the Ugly Butterfly commitment to providing a sustainability conversation hub.

The panel comprises José Souto, game chef, game cook book author, and senior chef lecturer at Westminster Kingsway College; Mike Robinson, restaurateur (co-owner of The Harwood Arms, owner of The Woodsman), wild deer manager and operator of the Owl Barn game larder; and Tristan Kirk and Simon Wilkinson, directors of Boston-based Lincolnshire Game, the UK’s largest game processor.

The UK market for game is increasing as awareness grows of its wild and natural lifestyle – anti-biotic and hormone free –  it’s healthiness, and the positive effect that the game industry has on conserving the countryside and ecology.  It’s delicious, versatile and simple to cook too.

Pre-book your place at this event by emailing [email protected] and if you want to eat from the menu at Ugly Butterfly following the discussion at 7.30 pm, please let us know in advance.

 

JOIN THE DISCUSSION ON MARCH 24 AT 6.30 PM AT UGLY BUTTERFLY WITH LEADING DESIGNERS

 

HOW CAN WE MAKE GOOD DESIGN CHOICES TO REDUCE OUR IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT?

With just 20 tickets available, this event is part of the Ugly Butterfly commitment to providing a sustainability conversation hub.

The panel includes Roddy Clarke, journalist, interior stylist and designer specialising in timeless interiors utilising restored and hand-crafted pieces;  David Chenery, Director of Object Space Place, interior architect in the hospitality sector, and pioneer in sustainable design in restaurants, and Henrietta Thompson, Editor at Large for Wallpaper* and co-founder and director of HARTH, the first platform in the world that enables its members to borrow beautiful furniture, accessories and art directly from brands, designers, artists, collectors, galleries and dealers.

How do we reduce environmental impact in the built environment in the way we choose to live our lives?  What can we do as individuals to fill our homes in a more sustainable way?

Find out more by pre-booking your place at this event by emailing [email protected] and if you want to eat from the menu at Ugly Butterfly following the discussion at 7.30 pm, please let us know in advance.