Fancy drinking cocktails from handcrafted silver beakers? Or dining on food inspired by the history of cutlery? This summer, the Goldsmiths' Centre is offering just that, with two packages thats see groups immersed in its Made for the Table exhibition.

Available from 13 July to 31 August, both packages start with a Sipsmith cocktail before guests enjoy either the 'Textures of Silver' canapé menu, inspired by the history of cutlery (from £59pp, and up to 100 guests); or the 'Taste of Silver' fine-dining option, featuring a historic menu adapted from those that used to be served at Goldsmiths' Hall (from £109pp, and up to 40 guests).

Who's behind the menus? Food historian, Tasha Marks. She's also the founder of events company AVM Curiosities, working with venues to create experiences around exhibitions. With former clients including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The British Museum and Soho House, we're very curious about her latest endeavour.

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