Great Hall Sessions & Supper Club

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Event Date:

12th December


Every Saturday (plus New Year’s Eve), doors 6pm, music 7pm. See below for latest available acts and dates

We are inviting you to join us on cabaret-style, candlelit tables for a super-special music and dining experience. We have a wonderful line-up of acts playing each Saturday in December (two per evening), and a menu full of delicious local and ethically produced suppers courtesy of the White Hart (including veggie and vegan options) – plus a bar fully stocked with great drinks from the south-west.

£20 per person; includes a delicious, hearty dinner created by our White Hart restaurant team. PLEASE NOTE that bookings are for a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4 people per table, and all members of the booking must be from the same single household/bubble.

£5 per person. PLEASE NOTE that this is a food and drink-free area as we are not permitted to sell alcohol unless accompanied by a meal.

12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Great Hall Sessions & Supper Club The Great Hall
Dartington Hall
Devon TQ9 6EL
Great Hall Sessions & Supper Club

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