Macbeth at Tobacco Factory Theatres
3rd September – 20th September
Tobacco Factory Theatres
The Better Food Company is proud to support Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages this production.
Filter’s new version of Macbeth fuses Shakespeare’s corrosive, psychological thriller about ambition, power, witchcraft and sanity with innovative sound and music to take you on a strange, funny and scintillating journey to the epicentre of the “heat-oppressed brain”. Filter’s irreverent and contemporary recreations of the classics – Caucasian Chalk Circle, Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night’s Dream – have gone down a storm in Bristol, the UK and across the world in the past few years.
Managing Director Phil Haughton says: “Like Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol’s independent and organic retailer, Better Food, strike their own path, in this case all the way to North Street, with delight and pride, to sponsor this fantastic production of Macbeth.”
Awesome Autumn 2014
18th September – 18th August
To celebrate the best in local and organic food, we swing into Autumn with a series of free events, called Awesome Autumn, to herald the change of season.
Events include opportunities for customers to meet local and artisan producers, talk about why organic farming matters, and celebrate the 4th birthday of the Better Food Clifton store.
Thursday 18th September
Dirty Business – a farmer’s story
From 6.30pm, St Werburgh’s Café, Free event for all
Café serving Mezze style food, plus beer and wine
Garth Clarke is the farm manager at the hugely successful Yeo Valley organic farm in Blagdon, but he started his career as a sceptic. His straight talking, totally unpretentious and very practical views reveal his journey as a farmer and the reasons for his change of heart.
In a relaxed evening hosted by Phil Haughton, MD of The Better Food Company, Garth will be with us ‘in conversation’ with Lee Holdstock, Soil Association’s Trade Relations Manager. Garth’s story is exemplary of why we believe organic is so important and relevant to farming today and the future.
Saturday 20th September
Meet the Producer Day
All day, St Werburgh’s Store, Free
Meet some of our favourite suppliers in store, try their wares and hear their stories.
Visitors include The Community Farm (tbc), BodyMatter Granola, Hobbs House Bread and Natural Vitality.
Also a chance to sample many of our own-made deli and café goods.
1st-18th October Better Food Harvest
All day, both Clifton and St Werburghs stores
Better Food Harvest officially happens – think rosy apples, think weirdly mis-shapen squash. In store will be piled as high as possible with all the season has to offer.
Saturday 18th October
Harvest Day Taster
All day, Clifton Store, Free
Come and share the harvest with us, and celebrate our 4th birthday. We’ve got some of our favourite suppliers are in store: try their delicious food and hear their stories.
Visitors include The Community Farm, BodyMatter Granola, Hobbs House Bread, Natural Vitality and Sunita. The Story organic chicken and pork will be ‘schmokin’ outside for sale in delicious Hobbs House buns. It’s also a chance to sample many of our own-made deli goods.
The Community Clinic
Saturdays, 10am-4pm, St Werburghs
Just a little shout out for The Community Clinic who use the little room at the back of our St Werburgh’s store on Saturdays. They offer a wide range of holistic therapies at a really good price, with discounts for people on low incomes. To find out more, visit the Community Clinic Website or contact Teresa on 07982 243 804.
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