A 15 Course Vegan Christmas Banquet Is Coming To Manchester

The exciting vegan event is led by two big names from Manchester's food scene
The foodie event is part of an incubator project (Photo: Instagram)

A huge plant-based Christmas banquet is rolling out in Manchester next month.

The Vegan Xmas Extravaganzo will be led by MasterChef semi-finalist Jackie Kearney, who will serve up the main dishes, and baker and pastry chef Charlotte O'Toole - who will be responsible for desserts.

Tickets for the banquet are now on sale (Photo: Instagram)

Incubator project

Taking place on December 1, the event is part of the new RedbankCo Pop-up Incubator project in Manchester's Green Quarter, devised in a bid to support up-and-coming food professionals wanting to showcase their food.

Pete Sheppard, owner of RedbankCo, told local outlet Manchester Evening News: "I wanted to create an environment that allows the operator to focus on the food and the customer experience, without needing to worry about the setup and operation of a running business.

"I believe that RedbankCo can be the destination for the pop-up restaurant scene in Manchester."

Tickets cost £40.29, which includes an arrival drink and canapes, ahead of the 15-course banquet; you can purchase them here.

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