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28 December 2021

Events for Early 2022 in York

Events for 2022 in York

20th January 2022 – An evening of Basque Gastronomy
Ambiente Goodramgate

Head over to Txoko for a culinary adventure to San Sebastian. A Txoko is a traditional Basque gastronomical food and wine society prominent in Spain where members gather to cook, eat and socialise.

This Txoko will be much the same, except their foodie will take on responsibility for cooking! The event includes starters, a Basque-inspired sharing banquet,desserts and of course, there will be plenty of wine.

You’ll experience the meal like a traditional Basque Txoko in a very social and open environment, dining on long tables all together. Tickets are £60 per person.

5th Feb 2022 – The York Ice Trail

The UK’s biggest outdoor Ice Trail will be returning for more frosty and fantastical fun on the 5th and 6th February 2022 with a range of magnificent ice sculptures set to transform York’s city centre.

19th Feb 2022 – Viking Festival

The Vikings are back in York

The Vikings will once again be heading for central York in February 2022 with the welcome return of the JORVIK Viking Festival!

Enjoy nine days of living history, hands-on fun, craft workshops and many other favourite activities.

Tickets for two of our most popular events – the Viking banquet and the Battle Spectacular in the Land of Darkness – have tickets already on sale with the full programme of events to be released in January.

Thursday 3rd March 2022 – Traditional Catalan Winter Barbecue celebrating Calçots
Ambiente Goodramgate

At this Calçotada, you’ll be paying homage to Spain’s Catalonian winter festival; a winter feast dedicated to celebrating Catalonia’s famous Calçots.

A Calçot is a cross between a leek and a spring onion. These are grilled until they’re charred and then they’re wrapped in newspaper to steam. Then all you do is peel off the charred skin, dip them in romesco sauce, tip your head back and enjoy.

They’re messy, delicious, fun and the ultimate in finger food as they’re eaten with just your hands. Napkins will be provided!

Served with this Calcot feast, expect a banquet of traditional Catalonian sharing dishes alongside the region’s famous drink; Vilarnau Cava! You’ll get to enjoy this the traditional way by drinking it through a Porron; a traditional Catalonian glass wine pitcher that pours wine through a spout into the recipient’s mouth from a height.

Tickets are £60 per person.

 

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