Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Vincent Price's Birmingham Birthday Bash | ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT! GET YOURS NOW!


http://www.theelectric.co.uk/programme.php?film=1747


++++LAST 35 SEATS REMAINING++++ 

Birmingham-based culinary wizard Annabel de Vetten (aka Annabel Lecter) is cooking up a fantastic event on Sunday 28 May as her Conjurer's Kitchen plays host to Vincent Price's Birthday Bash at The Electric Cinema, starting 8pm. Tickets are selling fast, so book now!


Legendary horror actor Vincent Price is best remembered for his delightfully scary turns in such classic fright fests as House of Wax, The Fly and Theatre of Blood – and also being the voice of Michael Jackson’s Thriller and an inspiration for fantasy directors like Tim Burton.

But Vincent Price was also a Renaissance man with omnivorous appetite for life, art, travel – and fine food. In fact, in the 1960s, the ghoulish gourmand and his wife Mary published a number of celebrated cookbooks – including the lavish best-seller, A Treasury of Great Recipes, featuring a host of Mad Men-era treats, and Come Into the Kitchen, which was devoted to traditional American cuisine. Both of these gastronomic tomes have been given lavish reprints, while Cooking Price-Wise, based on the actor’s British 1970s TV show, will be back in print later this year.  

Conjurer’s Kitchen is proud to celebrate the King of Horror’s culinary legacy by drawing from those tomes to call forth gastronomic ghosts of kitchens past iat Birmingham’s Electric Cinema, which will take place over the weekend on what would have been Vincent’s 106th birthday (he was born on 27 May 1911).

Special guest will be Vincent and Mary’s daughter Victoria Price, an author and inspirational speaker, who will pay tribute to her dad with a very personal presentation, and talk about his cultural legacy of inspirational living, dining, and exploring the world. Expect classic clips, tasty bites, and a few surprises!

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Party Like You're Vincent Price! A Pop-Up Clip Show Birthday Celebration!


+++++UPDATE: THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT!++++++++


On Tuesday 30 May, Victoria Price will host a very special evening in London at the Hitchcock-themed North By Northwest pub in Islington, in celebration of Vincent Price's 106th birthday anniversary (Vincent was born on 27 May), and you're all invited.


This event coincides with the UK reprint release of Vincent and Mary's Come Into the Kitchen Cook Book, so we are offering all attendees the chance to purchase a signed copy of the book when you get your ticket to attend.

In honour of the venue, we shall be screening Vincent's Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode, The Perfect Crime, plus some exclusive never-before-seen treats.

Some great pub grub will be available to purchase on the night. Plus, everyone who attends will be entered into a free raffle to win some fantastic prizes.


This will be Victoria's only London appearance this year, and tickets are restricted to just 40 attendees.

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Conjurer's Kitchen to host Vincent Price's birthday in Birmingham in May


http://www.theelectric.co.uk/programme.php?film=1747


++++LAST 35 SEATS REMAINING++++ 

Birmingham-based culinary wizard Annabel de Vetten (aka Annabel Lecter) is cooking up a fantastic event on Sunday 28 May as her Conjurer's Kitchen plays host to Vincent Price's Birthday Bash at The Electric Cinema, starting 8pm. Tickets are selling fast, so book now!


Legendary horror actor Vincent Price is best remembered for his delightfully scary turns in such classic fright fests as House of Wax, The Fly and Theatre of Blood – and also being the voice of Michael Jackson’s Thriller and an inspiration for fantasy directors like Tim Burton.

But Vincent Price was also a Renaissance man with omnivorous appetite for life, art, travel – and fine food. In fact, in the 1960s, the ghoulish gourmand and his wife Mary published a number of celebrated cookbooks – including the lavish best-seller, A Treasury of Great Recipes, featuring a host of Mad Men-era treats, and Come Into the Kitchen, which was devoted to traditional American cuisine. Both of these gastronomic tomes have been given lavish reprints, while Cooking Price-Wise, based on the actor’s British 1970s TV show, will be back in print later this year.  

Conjurer’s Kitchen is proud to celebrate the King of Horror’s culinary legacy by drawing from those tomes to call forth gastronomic ghosts of kitchens past iat Birmingham’s Electric Cinema, which will take place over the weekend on what would have been Vincent’s 106th birthday (he was born on 27 May 1911).

Special guest will be Vincent and Mary’s daughter Victoria Price, an author and inspirational speaker, who will pay tribute to her dad with a very personal presentation, and talk about his cultural legacy of inspirational living, dining, and exploring the world. Expect classic clips, tasty bites, and a few surprises!

Monday, 30 January 2017

Have you checked out the new-look website and Facebook pages? We're just mad for anything to do with Vincent Price


Hello fellow Vincent Price fans and followers of this blog.

Have you checked out our new-look website yet? I'm busy uploading loads of my personally-owned vintage audio recordings and YouTube clips to THE SOUND OF VINCENT PRICE website, which I began re-developing late last year. Do come visit and let me know what you think?

Also, please do join the VINCENT PRICE LEGACY UK Facebook page  and new website which are the go-to places for news, trivia, competitions and announcements.

Finally, if you want to sign up to our monthly newsletter, then just follow this link:  http://vincentpricelegacy.us12.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=ba02c1c17dc3add2126d4339c&id=e579f6aa42

Thanks everyone for your continued support in following this blog and my endeavours in promoting Vincent's legacy in the UK and beyond.


Monday, 19 December 2016

A Christmas gift from the Vincent Price Legacy UK


The Vincent Price Legacy UK wishes you all a joyous Christmas and a prosperous New Year. As a seasonal treat, head over to the Sound of Vincent Price website now to listen to Vincent narrating a 1958 radio show in which he explores the music of Christmas around the word.

And speaking of treats, I am working with Victoria Price on an amazing new project which we will be announcing in February 2017. If you want to be first in line to find out more, SIGN UP HERE.

In the meantime, to enjoy that golden oldie CLICK HERE

Thursday, 17 November 2016

The sun sets on Camp Vincent 2016


I'm back home in the UK after 10 days in the American Southwest and California celebrating the life and legacy of Vincent Price with Victoria Price and wonderful group of friends and new fans. 

The gang in our Mercedes Sprinter

Love this pic I found at the Vincent Price Art Museum in East Los Angeles

If you follow the Vincent Price Legacy UK pages, then you will have had the chance to follow our adventures. I did try to post here, but it was really difficult accessing Blogger on an iPad.

So for those who want to check it out, just follow this link: http://www.vincentpricelegacy.uk/camp-vincent-2016-diary-hooray-for-hollywood/

Victoria Price took this fabulous shot of us recreating a photo of her dad and mom Mary (she's in the red dress) while visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.


Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Vincent Price: The Art of His Life Tour | We're bound for New Mexico, Arizona and California!




Tomorrow I head to the US to meet up with Victoria Price and a group of dedicated VP fans for the start of the Vincent Price: The Art of His Life tour (which we've affectionatey called Camp Vincent II) in New Mexico, Arizona and Hollywood, California.

The full tour package has long been sold out, but in honour of the 23rd anniversary of Vincent's passing on October 25, 1993, we've decided to open up four more spots for the last day of Camp Vincent. This will be a whole day in Santa Monica and Malibu, dedicated to remembering Vincent Price – concluding with a memorial service led by Victoria on the beach where the Price family lived.

To find out more about this exclusive and memorable event in Southern California on Sunday, November 13, please click here: VINCENT PRICE MEMORIAL SERVICE. 


https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/vincent-price-malibu-remembrance-service-tickets-26862068169

There are also a few other awesome Vincent Price Legacy events whose ticketing has just gone live this week.

* On Sunday, November 6, George RR Martin's Jean Cocteau Theatre in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is hosting a screening of Baron of Arizona, along with a Q&A. Tickets can be found at this link. BARON OF ARIZONA


 

* On Friday, November 11, the Vincent Price Art Museum in East Los Angeles is hosting an evening celebrating a new exhibit inspired by The Fly. To participate in a really fun art and film evening, please click here: THE FLY AT THE VINCENT PRICE ART MUSEUM 


* On Saturday, November 12, there will be a festive event celebrating the West Coast launch of Mary and Vincent Price's Come into the Kitchen cookbook at the Phantom Carriage Brewery in Carson, California. Courses inspired by the cookbook will be paired with beers. Tickets will go on sale early this week. For more information, check out Phantom Carriage's website: PHANTOM CARRIAGE. 

Now if you are interested in hearing and seeing any of Victoria's presentation, Vincent Price: Master of Menace, Lover of Life, then you can sign up now to receive more information. There are lots of personal family photos and behind-the-scenes pictures and stories. But mostly, this gives you a glimpse of the glorious life philosophy of Vincent Price. We will also have a live virtual Q&A. Click here to sign up and find out more about this exclusive online opportunity: VICTORIA & VINCENT ONLINE! 

All the best for now... and do look out for lots of pics from Camp Vincent 2016

Peter
Curator, Vincent Price Legacy UK

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Catch Theatre of Blood on the big screen at Curzon Canterbury this Halloween


The Curzon Canterbury is proud to bring you a Vincent Price evening, screening Theatre of Blood, with a special Q&A with poster artist extraordinaire Graham Humphreys and Peter Fuller, curator of the Vincent Price Legacy UK!

Join us for a classic horror, unique competition prizes, a great panel discussion and an unforgettable evening - and let's not forget some Vincent Price Ale.

Tickets ON SALE NOW

Saturday, 3 September 2016

Cooking with Vincent Price Ale


Jenny Hammerton at Silver Screen Suppers celebrates the launch of Vincent Price Ale and the BFI’s screening of the 1960s western The Jackals with a tasty classic from Vincent and Mary’s Price’s Come into the Kitchen Cookbook. 

Head over to the Vincent Price Legacy UK to read more... http://www.vincentpricelegacy.uk/cooking-with-vincent-price-ale/

Friday, 19 August 2016

Vincent Price Ale to launch at Horror Channel FrightFest 2016

The Vincent Price Legacy UK is proud to announce the release of the first officially licensed Vincent Price Ale in the UK, which was launched during Horror Channel FrightFest in London over the August Bank Holiday.

When he wasn't hosting ghoulish parties in haunted houses, preserving maidens in wax, or filling his Theatre of Blood with the corpses of his critics, legendary horror film actor Vincent Price (1911-1993) liked nothing better than to sit back and imbibe a wicked brew – the darker the better, of course. Although hailing from the American mid-west, Vincent was a lifelong Anglophile, and that classic British combination of pie and ale were firm favourites of the Missouri-born actor, art expert, raconteur and epicurean.

In honour of the Master of Menace, the Vincent Price Legacy UK and Kentish ale brewers Hopdaemon have conjured up the first Vincent Price Ale (VPA), which we've called Black Cat – a name that's a fitting tribute to Vincent's frightful encounters with meddlesome moggies and possessed pussies in the cult classics Tales of Terror (1962) and Tomb of Ligeia (1965).  


This specially-crafted VPA (which has a 4.6% alc vol) may be wrapped in a dark cloak, but it tastes like a crisp Indian Pale Ale, which will certainly surprise your taste buds. Currently available only in 330ml bottles with a fantastic label designed by legendary British poster artist Graham Humphreys, Black Cat gets its launch at this year's Horror Channel FrightFest where it has been especially invited to be one of the sponsors.

TO ORDER ONLINE: CHECK OUT ALES BY MAIL (CLICK HERE)

For information on how to order and stockists e-mail: info@hopdaemon.com
 
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