A wild food pub and a Wicker Man festival in St Albans

OOH exciting times in Spring for foodies with this Wicker Man festival in St Albans

 

Wicker Man festival in St. Albans

 

Wicker Man festival in St Albans

A wild food pub in the cathedral city of St Albans will be celebrating the onset of spring in true pagan fashion on 29 April with a day of feasting and fun, which also includes a visit from the mythical Green Man and the ceremonial burning of a wicker man.

The Foragers at the Verulam Arms – a cosy, Victorian pub in the shadow of St Albans Cathedral – will begin celebrations at 12pm and guests will have the opportunity to enjoy some tasty dishes of foraged food from the pub’s menu washed down by a special beer flavoured with foraged woodruff, a traditional May delicacy in Germanic cultures.

The Green Man, a personification of greenery returning to the fields and forests, will be putting in an appearance during the day, then resident medieval troubadours, The Princes in the Tower, will be playing a set of medieval tunes at 6pm before the lighting of the wicker man at 8pm, accompanied by more music from the Princes.

Now that sounds interesting!

Do you fancy a visit to a wild food pub and taking in a wicker man festival?

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