Night of The Crooked Man
The popular Black tie Dinners at The Crooked House are immersive, sociable experiences, sharing the 600-year story of this…
The Crooked House, 7 High Street, Lavenham, CO10 9PR
- Next Event
- 23rd March 7:00pm
- Event Finishes
- 23rd March 10:00pm
About this event
The Crooked House inspired the famous nursery rhyme, ‘There was a Crooked Man’. Join Crooked House Lavenham owners Alex and Oli to celebrate his arrival with a ‘Crooked Mile’ procession around Lavenham and dinner together in The Crooked House.
Their popular Black tie Dinners at The Crooked House are immersive, sociable experiences, sharing the 600-year story of this ancient place.
Each time, they welcome 16 guests into their home, for a Champagne Reception, followed by a hearty three-course meal, enjoyed together around their dining table.
Home-cooked and hosted by the Crooked Men, Dinner at The Crooked House is a special occasion, with a ‘black tie’ dress code to match. The perfect excuse to get dressed up, for a magical, memorable night!
£150 per person
Tickets available now from the Book Tickets button above!
About the Venue
‘There was a Crooked man, he walked a Crooked mile…’ and his story started here.
The inspiration for the famous nursery rhyme, The Crooked House in Lavenham is one of Britain’s best-loved buildings.
Dating from 1395, this 600 year-old historic house has been described by Country Life as ‘one of the world’s most photographed homes’ and was recently named ‘the most Instagramable place in Suffolk.' It's no wonder this fantasy house attracts thousands of visitors every year, who come from all over the world to photograph its fairytale facade.
The current custodians of The Crooked House are affectionately known as the ‘Crooked Men’, a dynamic duo whose very own fairytale romance led them to live in this magical house. Together they host a range of popular events and experiences throughout the year, including their sell-out ‘Crooked Club’ black tie dinners. All activity at The Crooked House helps restore and preserve this 600 year-old treasure for future generations.
To find out more and book events and experiences, visit www.crookedhouselavenham.com. You can also follow the adventure on Instagram @crookedhouselavenham.