Our Sunday lunch service will be ending on 28 July 2019. After changing direction in January this year our ambition was to develop a programme of pop up events alongside private hire in artisan. We’ve had a busy few months hosting supper clubs, silent discos, al fresco BBQs, creative workshops, private parties and weddings and this July we’re excited to move on to our next phase as we launch our new street food pop up concept; Artisan Social.
Every Wednesday from 3 July for 9 weeks, Artisan will be taken over by local food vendors, kicking off with Papa Ganoush. Ideal for after work drinks or an informal get together, our Artisan Social nights are about great food and drink, great company and laid back vibes. On between 4-8pm, the gallery will also be offering late night shopping (check our website for closing times) so it’s a great chance to pick up something from the latest collection of art and craft, and drop by our brand new bookshop with Forum Books on the ground floor.
Artisan has become a social space that brings together the best of the local food scene and offers an informal place for private gatherings and public events. So although we’ll no longer be open for Sunday lunches there’ll still be plenty of opportunities to eat with us at The Biscuit Factory at pop up events, or day to day you can drop by our cafe, The Factory Kitchen.
Buy your tickets
Look out for ticketed author talks coming up – we have award-winning writer of Us and One Day David Nicholls, BBC news presenter and journalist George Alagiah and Telegraph food writer and cookbook author Diana Henry available now on The Biscuit Factory website.
We’ll be launching a new workshop programme designed to creatively entertain and educate young people called Little Biscuits (tickets coming online soon).
Speak to us
If you have an idea for a public event or are looking to hire our contemporary space for an event of your own, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a valid Artisan gift voucher that has not yet been redeemed, please read the guidance here.