Follow us on facebook
« Back to Events

The Horrors of Eating, Drinking & Living in Victorian Manchester

Start:
29/09/2020 2:30 pm
End:
29/09/2020 4:00 pm
Cost:
£11 for one. £16.50 for two
Venue:
Victoria Station wallmap
Address:
Google Map
Victoria Station, Victoria Station Approach, Manchester, United Kingdom, M1 3DG

**THIS TOUR IS No. 1 ON TRIPEADVISOR!**

Next tour: Tuesday 29 September 2020, if the guide manages to finish porking his way through that plate of cow pie.
Meet: Victoria Station wallmap, 2.30pm.
Booking: Please press here to book with eventbrite.

• Cow pie crafted from bovines masticating in the fields of Flixton.
• Eels caught in the rancid river Irk and fried in lard.
• Turtle soup stewed from real turtles hidden in the hold of the liners on the Ship Canal.
• Beer with a foaming head taller than the glass it came in tinged with a touch of hunted hartshorn and ferocious foxglove.
• And tripe, ladles of lovely, oozing tripe.

No wonder the Victorians mostly died before they were 30!

Tripe

 

iCal Import + Google Calendar