Come and join us as Plymouth Gin takes over our Seacret Garden!
Enjoy a relaxing August Bank Holiday Sunday evening with Plymouth Gin at an incredibly exclusive one-off ‘take-over’ in our garden.
On Sunday 28th August, Plymouth Gin are taking over our Seacret Garden with a pop-up cocktail bar! You can enjoy a relaxing evening listening to live music, eating woodfired sourdough pizza made with the finest local produce, and sampling the world-famous Plymouth Gin and tonic. All with a spectacular view over Plymouth’s waterfront!
Tickets are just £19.50 and 100% of profits made from tickets will be donated to the Ocean Conservation Trust.
Not only that, but there will be live music from one of the UK’s brightest up-and-coming singer-songwriters Jamie Yost. Throughout the night, the experienced bartenders from Plymouth Gin’s Refectory Bar will be available for all your G&T and cocktail needs – to be enjoyed responsibly of course!
Plymouth Gin is crafted in England’s oldest working distillery, just across the water from the National Marine Aquarium, on the picturesque Barbican. You can’t get any more local, so what better way to celebrate the August Bank Holiday Sunday!
Included with the ticket you will receive:
- Complimentary G&T featuring the world-famous Plymouth Gin.
- Woodfired sourdough pizza made with the finest local produce.
- Acoustic music set from rising star Jamie Yost.
- Pop-up cocktail bar run by Plymouth’s Gin expert bar tenders.
- All while enjoying one of the best views in Plymouth.
- A 10% discount in The Refectory Bar until September 30th2022 (Email ticket confirmation to be shown on arrival at The Refectory Bar on any occasion after the 28th August).
- Best of all every penny of profit from your ticket supports our charity the Ocean Conservation Trust.
- Event Date: 28th August
- Gates open at 18:30 and event closes at 22:30
- Strictly over 18s – Door Security will be present.
- Card only
- Location – The National Marine Aquarium Seacret Garden
- A photographer from the National Marine Aquarium will be on site to take photos.
- This is an outdoor event with extremely little cover, umbrellas and jackets are advisable if the weather looks a little grey.