Cost £95 – full payment will be required by no later than 1 December 2019.
Now fully Booked!
An exclusive dining experience to welcome the New Year in at Victuals.
The evening starts at 8.00 pm with welcoming canapés and Prosecco Frizzante Spago. A seven course menu then follows and throughout the evening guests will be entertained by our close up magician, Dan Tyrell and local guitarist, Thomas McInerney. Champagne will be served at midnight.
Numbers are extremely limited to just 34 guests so that the evening can be enjoyed in an almost private and exclusive party atmosphere. Tickets are £95 and the seven course menu features:
Canapés served with Prosecco Frizzante Spago on arrival
Spiced Squash Velouté
Cerviche of Scallop
Roasted Beetroot and Celeriac Fondant with Port Reduction
Pan Fried Venison, Blackberry with Nut Granola and Seasonal Vegetables
Churro (a fried dough pastry) with Chocolate and Cinnamon
Dan Tyrell (dantyrrellmagic.co.uk)
Dan Tyrrell is a Kent based Magical Artist that’s gaining quite a reputation performing Magical entertainment locally and abroad. Dan is an entertainer that will amaze and astound you, break the ice and create the perfect mood for the whole evening.
He can perform close up magic in front of your disbelieving eyes and illusions that will entertain you and party whatever the size. You will be able to relax and enjoy yourself knowing that with Dan in control you are guaranteed to have a good time.
Dan has been working in the entertainment business since 1996. His experience is in large and small scale shows, events and extravaganzas, private parties, weddings and corporate events
Tom hails from Kingston upon Thames. He picked up Spanish classical guitar at the age of 10 and started to write songs with his brother James.
In 2009 He travelled across China on sleeper trains and coaches with his old tank of a guitar ‘Lola’ that had previously kept him company in the myriad tunnels of the London Underground. 26 years on, those two brothers crossed the Mississippi in Memphis without even realising, with a Mandolin they bought from one of Dolly Parton’s band members. It certainly wasn’t the first river that had eluded him on a journey, but it might be the deepest. It was time to start writing again, and singing.
Tom returns to Deal for this gig on New Year’s Eve. A town where his first son was born and where so many of his friends live.