Rest your weary feet and while away your evening in one of the route de Compostela’s favourite taverns where your hosts Clara and Amadeus will serve up an excellent variety of victuals in the Galician style.
Forget the dust, dirt and tribulations of the road you have walked and the road still before you. Meet travellers returning from the holy site and hear their tales of wonder and miracles.
You are invited to prepare a performance for the assembled company with the theme of pilgrimage or travel, or to bring games to play with fellow guests
Feast Date and venue
27 October, feast opens at 6:00pm
Venue: St Andrews Church Hall, Summer Hill. Entrance on Henson St, near corner of Smith St.
Prices (GST included)
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Feast numbers capped at 50 adults, due to the nature of some of the dishes planned for the evening, and the format in which it will be served (i.e. we’re having a good food feast). Book early to guarantee a place.
Arts and Sciences competitions
- Performance related to travel and pilgrimage (e.g. a reading of Chaucer, an appropriate ballad). Best performance will be determined by popular acclaim.
- An item that would be taken on pilgrimage (e.g. pilgrim scrip, hat, cloak, walking stick, travelling food). Item will be judged by an A&S person, documentation encouraged.
- A period game. Bring the pieces required for the game and teach others how to play it. As part of the teaching explain where and when the game was played and who would be most likely to play it. Best game will be determined by popular acclaim.
Clara van de Maes. Bookings by email.