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Skytonic Gin Supper Masterclass

Join in Skylon's Skytonic Gin Supper masterclass at Skylon Bar next Wednesday19 July!

Hosted by Fevertree from 6.30-8.30pm, you will learn how to make four Skytonic cocktails from Skylon's iconic drinks menu.Tickets are £40pp for four Skytonic drinks and sharing bar snacks from the menu.

Skytonic is a celebration of British nature, offering a collection of aperitifs and alcohol- free drinks, curated by Fever-Tree using their award-winning premium tonic range as a starting point.

Each creation celebrates the natural provenance of the UK during the Spring and Summer as well as the thriving contemporary scene of British distilling. The bar itself has been transformed into a canopy of spring blossoms, botanical chambers and copper detailing reflecting inspiration by the seasons, nature and the art of distillation.

In-season pea-pods, violet flowers, mint, strawberries, rhubarb and even asparagus-infused English wheat vodka have been used to capture the flavour of Britain’s fruits, fields and flora. These are the perfect sips to accompany new Executive Chef, Kim Woodward’s contemporary menu and keen focus on seasonality. 

Discover Skylon

Skylon takes its name from the iconic structure that was built on the South Bank for the 1951 Festival of Britain.

Skylon’s design echoes the style of the Royal Festival Hall during the same period with some contemporary touches, such as the uniquely designed chandeliers and surfaces of bronze, walnut and slate.

In spite of its popularity with the public, the cost of dismantling and re-erecting the Skylon in 1951 was deemed too much for a government. Speculation as to the Skylon’s fate included theories that it was dumped into the Thames, buried under Jubilee Gardens, made into souvenirs or sold as scrap. 

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Royal Festival Hall, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX