Livery dining at Plaisterers Hall through the ages

Livery dining at Plaisterers Hall through the ages

A specially themed lunch with the menu based on food eaten at Plaisterers’ Hall during the past 450 years will be hosted by the Mistress Plaisterer, Sara Cooke, at Plaisterers’ Hall on Thursday 21 March.

Prior to lunch, food historian Tasha Marks will give an illustrated talk entitled ‘ The Confectioner as Decorative Artist’.

The Mistress Plaisterer, Sara Cooke, said: “The themed lunch menu is an opportunity to experience the flavoured history of Plaisterers’ Hall and the pre-lunch presentation is the ideal topic for the home of Decorative Plasterwork.”

Proceeds from the event will be donated  to the Shaw Trust, the Master Plaisterer’s Charity this year.

Shaw Trust is a national charity helping people—including the learning disabled and ex-offenders— enter work, gain an education, develop their career, improve their wellbeing and rebuild their lives. Shaw Trust also operates charitable social enterprises, retail shops and academies.


The closing date for booking is Friday 8th March 2019.