After the closure of Kitchen Food School in Edgbaston you would be wrong to think that owner Jayne Bradley would be putting her feet up. Instead she is refurbishing a brand new space for cookery classes, which will open in April.
Jayne says; ““We have used the room that will become our kitchen before as a pop up, so we know it can work as a cookery school. It has big Georgian windows on three sides and a wood burner. It is going to be such a nice space to cook in! It also has a huge dining room, which we will hire and programme as a party space.”
The new school will be based at 122 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham.
Can’t wait till April to brush up on your culinary skills? Then get your apron on and get down to Bar Opus at Snowhill Birmingham for their Happy Monday sessions.
Breadmaking – 27 February
A taste of South Africa – 27 March
Easter treats – 24 April
Spring chicken – 22 May
Superfood for Summer – 26 June
Classes run from 6.30pm – 9pm and cost £40 each or £160 for all five.Email
firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.