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Future Plates: A Seastainable Supper at Yurt Lush

01 September 2017 | Wildscreen | Festival

Join Josh and the Yurt Lush team with Wildscreen on October 6th for an alternative, Seastainable Supper at Yurt Lush. With a menu designed around sustainable sea produce and farming methods, this imaginative and innovative supper is not one to miss.

Wildscreen are a Bristol-based charity who convene the best photographers, filmmakers and creative professionals with the most committed conservationists to create compelling stories about the natural world; that inspire the wider public to experience it, feel part of it and protect it.

Witness the Wild is back and will take place between 30 September – 8 October with a programme of cycle powered screenings, a rubbish art trail, outdoor exhibitions and pop-up food events. Witness the Wild is about bringing the sea back to the city, encouraging people to think responsibly about what they eat, where it comes from and what they throw away.
Even though half of the world’s population lives within 100 kilometres of the sea, it’s suffering from a bad case of out of sight, out of mind.

This year, Wildscreen have teamed up with our very own Michelin star chef Josh Eggleton to create a pop-up evening dining experience exploring what our plates might look like in the future. Working with Wildscreen, Josh has imagined a menu that focuses on utilizing abundant species like jellyfish and herring, alternative farming methods like aquaponics and edible coastal plants that grow within 20 miles of Bristol.

Part of Witness the Wild, Future Plates: A Seastainable Supper will deliver an evening of experimental dining examining untapped resources, innovative sustainable farming techniques and the wealth of sea plants growing just outside Bristol. Go and sea what the food-ture may hold!

Future Plates: A Seastainable Supper will be held at Yurt Lush on Friday 6th Of October.

Get your tickets on Wriggle now.

All profits from this event will be donated to Wildscreen

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