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The Tramshed Project Reopens! Live Jazz, Supper Clubs & a Festive Menu

With the national lockdown over and London now in tier 2, The Tramshed Project is inviting guests to get into the Christmas spirit with live jazz nights, exclusive supper clubs and a mouth-watering festive menu from renowned chef Andrew Clarke. Designed with Covid-19 guidelines and social-distancing firmly in mind, the events and festivities are all part of the venue’s mission to offer a safe and inclusive home away from home this Christmas. The Tramshed Project is now open and welcoming guests. For more information and bookings, visit An All-New Festive Menu Having already received rave reviews for his smoked and flame-grilled menu - from Jimi Famurewa and Jay Rayner, to name a couple - Andrew Clarke has worked his magic in The Tramshed Project's kitchen once again, creating a plethora of festive treats. With three-course menus starting from £35 per head, dishes include Game Terrine with Poached Quince, Dandelion and Pickled Pistachio; Roast Duck with Jerusalem Artichoke, Braised Radicchio and Chestnut; and Salt Caramel Tart with Cultured Cream, Rose and Cocoa Nibs. For larger groups, a delectable feasting menu is also available, with options including Slow-Roast Shoulder of Lamb or a Vegan Pithivier.

The Tramshed Project Christmas Party Not content with just creating an incredible menu, Clarke will be onsite with guest chef Kirk Haworth - founder of plant-based food studio, Plates London - for The Tramshed Project Christmas Party on Saturday 19th December, serving up special dishes throughout the day and into the evening. Also on site will be celebrated chef James Cochran, hosting an exclusive supper club. The Owner of 12:51 will be greeting guests in the venue’s picturesque Library - a hidden gem in The Tramshed Project, with seated space for up to 40 people around a kitchen counter - serving up the kind of dishes that saw him crowned the Great British Menu ‘Champion of Champions’ in 2018. Elsewhere, the event will also feature music and entertainment hosted by drag queen Crystal Rasmussen, and a special raffle for A Plate For London - a food initiative launched by The Tramshed Project’s director Dominic Cools-Lartigue during the first national lockdown. With fantastic prizes available including alcohol hampers, festive meal kits and works of art, it’s hoped the raffle will raise enough money to feed 5000 vulnerable people over the Christmas period. Vixen's Hot Liquors & Pudding Bar & Black Flamingo Friday New for The Tramshed Project’s grand reopening is Vixen's Hot Liquors & Pudding Bar, a festive pop-up bar serving winter warming cocktails and tempting desserts throughout December. The bar will be accompanied by the Christmas treat trolley; a mobile station serving guests cocktails at their tables, made right in front of their eyes. Having launched in October, Black Flamingo Fridays will continue throughout December, as a weekly series of jazz nights featuring celebrated musicians like Noel McCalla, Gina Foster and Bobby Q. Free to attend, the shows are a must-see for live music fans starved of gigs during the pandemic.

The Tramshed Project is now open for business. For more information and bookings, visit


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