02 September 2015
The Londoner's Guide to London
Part of the Thames festival which takes over the South Bank once again this September, the Feast on the Bridge is set to be a spectacular day of food, music and dance from all corners of the world. From storytelling to amazing live music, the Feast on the Bridge provides all comers with a multitude of delicious goodies to try and a wealth of amazing sights to see.
Traffic free day
For the fifth time Southwark Bridge will be closed to traffic for the entire day and the bridge itself will be transformed into a magical wonderland of eateries. Freshly baked bread and fresh butter churned directly on the bridge, food ceremonies with locally grown produce and a spectacular harvest festival supper will all make for a fantastic feast. With an eclectic mix of food and drink, the Feast on the Bridge caters for all tastes and will no doubt tempt many away from their normal fare.
Inviting visitors young and old to join in the celebrations of food and drink, the party atmosphere will be enhanced by an array of activities for everyone to enjoy. The theme of this year's feast is fish, so kids and family can make the most of the Forgotten Fish Restaurant and enjoy a series of fishy themed screenings at the Cycle Cinema as part of the Feast on the Bridge programme, making for a truly multi-culinary experience all round.
Play with your food
Providing visitors with a unique chance to try a variety of cuisines al fresco, the event showcases the quality of restaurants and producers from the local area and Borough Market. Foodies with a sweet tooth are sure to be delighted by the baking activities, while kids are bound to be enchanted by the storytelling activities and games.
Just as interesting and tempting as the foodie Feast on the Bridge, for the 2011 event there's also a programme of live music from around the world and plenty of room for dancing. The feast is set to be a wonderful celebration of food and culture in a creative and colourful setting as part of the Thames Festival 2011.
The Feast on the Bridge takes place from 12pm - 10pm, Saturday 10th September 2011. Admission is free.
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