Medieval feast, something to crow about

2017-01-24 06:01
Looking dashing at Crow’s Medieval feast in March 2014 at Greensleeves in Hillcrest are (from left) Chanel, Karin, Alan and Paul Hoyte. Photo: supplied

Looking dashing at Crow’s Medieval feast in March 2014 at Greensleeves in Hillcrest are (from left) Chanel, Karin, Alan and Paul Hoyte. Photo: supplied

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DO you want to do something fun this Valentine’s Day? The Centre For Rehabilitation of Wildlife (Crow) is hosting a medieval feast fund-raiser on Tuesday, 14 February at Greensleeves, Medieval Kingdom in Hillcrest at 7pm.

Crow invites lords and ladies to an evening of good food, live entertainment and dancing. On your arrival at Greensleeves, guests will be ushered to changing quarters where you will get dressed in traditional medieval attire.

Crow’s marketing and communications officer, Sharl Els says the last medieval feast in March 2014 was well received, with a full house attending the event.

“The feast is a great way to kick off what promises to be an exciting year for Crow. We are looking forward to hosting yet another medieval feast,” said Els.

Guests will be served by wenches and lackeys dressed in Elizabethan-period costume while enjoying a four-course meal in true medieval style.

The price is R350 per person or R3 000 for a table of 10 or more. Cost for the event includes a four-course meal and costume hire. A cash bar will be available. There will be live entertainment and loads of prizes up for grabs.

For bookings, contact Jacelyn Zwart on 031 462 1127 or email Funds raised at the feast go to Crow’s work to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife. - Supplied.

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