In the run up to Christmas, Greenwich events space Studio 338 will host a huge cheese festival across three arenas at the venue.
The giant cheese board will be erected in the newly-renovated state-of-the-art terrace arena. Visitors will be invited to walk around the cheese board, stopping to sample artisan cheeses.
Ticket holders will be entitled to unlimited free cheese (with biscuits, of course) and mulled wine to wash it down. A spokesman said: “This Christmas we are going to make it a reality. A cheesy, melty, mulled wine-fuelled reality. This is going to change your lives forever.”
The event will feature a selection of the finest artisan cheeses from across Europe, with a large baked Camembert taking centre stage.
Gooey treats will be served by man-sized mice, and a double height fireplace will provide the perfect snuggle spot for contented turophiles. The spokesman added: “Think Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, if they were lucky enough to find themselves in a cheese and wine heaven.”
Once punters have had their fill the cheese board turns into a dance floor with DJs spinning modern cheese anthems until the early hours. There is also a selection of vegan-friendly alternatives.
And what about dessert? On the same theme, cheesecake will be served for the sweet of tooth.
Tickets include unlimited free cheese, biscuits and mulled wine and start at £30 plus booking fee.
The Giant Cheese Board, December 16, 17 and 23, Studio 338, 338 Boord St, North Greenwich; Visit www.studio338.co.uk for more.
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