“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.

"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."

Published Jun 3, 2018 by admin


A note to all! The Mad Hatter cordially invites you to join him, Alice and the Queen of Hearts for a fabulously unforgettable 4-course dining experience with a TWIST and Lobster in mind!

Follow Alice down the rabbit hole into Wonderland for the tea party of your life. But first, you must nibble at the “Eat Me” cakes in order to enter Wonderland and take your seat at the Mad Hatter’s table!

Dining with the Mad Hatter, you can expect a fantastical feast of delectable cuisine, fanciful theatre and an abundance of creativity.

Your host will lead the action, as you treat your taste buds to a selection of delicious lobster, fish and meat dishes (veggie and vegan available) and watch the spectacle unfold. As the evening progresses, you can try your luck at a game of cards and dabble in a spot of croquet… But be sure to watch out for the Queen of Hearts. She can be very unpredictable!

So, just bring your friends and your imagination, and let us take care of the rest! We guarantee that your experience will be much more MUCHIER than anything you’ve ever imagined.

After all, anything can happen in Wonderland… Are you not a little bit curious?

Check out the video from our London events: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TnCfx3yt3w


VENUE: Secret Chelmsford City Location, emailed to you 48 hours before event

TIMES: 7.30pm-11pm

COST: £45 per head which include welcome drink and 4 course dinner.

MENU: The menu remain under wraps till the night, but all diet requests are taken into account and you will get an email to take requests before the event.

TICKETS: https://www.lala-world.com/collections/essex-pop-ups/products/alice-in-lobsterland-pop-up-restaurant-6th-oct/

The Leontia Gallery presents Figure It Out an exhibition exploring contemporary figurative painting

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Published May 2, 2018


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Published Feb 27, 2018


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Published Dec 23, 2017

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Published Dec 5, 2017

J.W. Anderson’s fashion exhibition opens

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Published Mar 20, 2017

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