Fine Dining Events in Chester

Fine Dining Events in ChesterThere’s no doubt that Chester is a place alive with culture each and every day of the year. Over the coming month, you can enjoy several celebrations of the cuisine and refined tastes of this historic city at fine dining events in Chester.

Whether you’re into your food or drink (or even both!), there’s plenty on to whet your appetite in Chester and it could provide the perfect date night or bit of fun for you and friends.

The first event of this kind coming up is to be held at the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel and is called Ready, Steady, Learn to Cook and is the perfect opportunity for your to hone your cooking – especially if you keep burning toast!

As a live cookery exhibition, expert chefs will be on hand to guide you through their superb sessions and how to cook elegant dishes simply. With some small tricks and tips, you are bound to take a lot away from this event so be sure to bring along your notepad on the 28th of February. We may have to recommend that you put it down though and pick up a knife and fork for the three course meal that’s provided.

If you like your produce to be a bit earthier, you could do little better than attending the chutney taster session at Chester Cathedral on the 1st of March. The wizards from Cheshire Chutney will be on hand to help you with any tips and tricks to make your own perfect produce.

Another event which is starting off in March but actually taking place throughout most of the year is the One Day Wine School available from Abode Chester. If you’ve never really savoured a wine and instead have just gulped it down (we don’t blame you) then hone your tasting skills to really unlock the true flavours of a glass of red. There are many varieties of wines that are available for your selection on the 1st and 22nd of March and for just £75, you can enjoy a whole season of gorgeous wines and delicious food at the Abode Hotel throughout 2014.

Fantastic New WayWord Event in Chester

Workgroup meetingAlmost every week, there’s a new event in Chester which celebrates culture and all kinds of different art forms. As a place with such a rich background in the arts, it will provide the perfect location for WayWord in February.

A day out suited to young people of many age ranges, the WayWord event is one festival which has been creating quite the buzz as the must-attend venue for entertainment over the half-term. A whole host of workshops and fun attractions will be available at Chester Town Hall from the 14th of February until the 22nd.

For kids aged from 4 years and above, there are great activities like Little Somethings, Gigantosaurus and Spark, the Wizard Goblin to both entertain and educate. The latter is hosted by Dominic Berry, a poet from New York who is else in very high regard by his peers.

Suited for visitors of 7 years and over, you can expect to be delighted by attractions such as Dennis the Menace, The Wimpy Kid Show and The Legend of Frog by Guy Bass – an acclaimed and much loved novelist for children.

Are you in your teenage years and struggling to think of something to do during your school holidays? Then the 48 Hour Film Challenge or Coding Workshop could be just the thing for you. Any keen writers out there will relish the chance to Fire Up Your Blog with Kate Feld too!

This is just a small sample of the attractions you can enjoy and to accompany all of this, the local Waterstones will also be having a hosting session with some of your favourite authors so you can have your book signed.

The official site states: “If being young is the problem, WayWord is the antidote. This half-term, we’ve got poetry and politics, film and fantasy, new books, new technologies and even a bit of Dr Who. Come and let your imagination run wild!” and it couldn’t be a better endorsement.