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Thursday 2, February

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

12Adrug misuse, domestic abuse, discrimination, sex references, language

Thursday 2, February

Sunday 5, February

Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar: The Way of Water

12Amoderate violence, threat, injury detail, infrequent strong language

Sunday 5, February

Tuesday 7, February

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

12Adrug misuse, domestic abuse, discrimination, sex references, language

Tuesday 7, February

Thursday 9, February

A Man Called Otto

A Man Called Otto

15suicide theme

Thursday 9, February

Sunday 12, February

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

12Adrug misuse, domestic abuse, discrimination, sex references, language

Sunday 12, February

Tuesday 14, February

Empire of Light

Empire of Light

15racism, strong language, sex

Tuesday 14, February

Thursday 16, February

Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar: The Way of Water

12Amoderate violence, threat, injury detail, infrequent strong language

Thursday 16, February

Sunday 19, February

Empire of Light

Empire of Light

15racism, strong language, sex

Sunday 19, February

Tuesday 21, February

A Man Called Otto

A Man Called Otto

15suicide theme

Tuesday 21, February

Thursday 23, February

Empire of Light

Empire of Light

15racism, strong language, sex

Thursday 23, February

Sunday 26, February

TÁR

TÁR

15sexually abusive behaviour

Sunday 26, February

Tuesday 28, February

A Table Full of Love: Skye McAlpine X Skye Gyngell

A Table Full of Love: Skye McAlpine X Skye Gyngell

Tuesday 28, February

Thursday 2, March

Aftersun

Aftersun

12Ainfrequent strong language, moderate sex references, upsetting scenes

Thursday 2, March

Sunday 5, March

Babylon

Babylon

18strong sex, nudity, drug misuse

Sunday 5, March

Tuesday 7, March

TÁR

TÁR

15sexually abusive behaviour

Tuesday 7, March

Saturday 18, March

Good taste: Resident Naturopath on boosting foods

Good taste: Resident Naturopath on boosting foods

Saturday 18, March

Equinox event: Mud and Guts Kids' Adventures

Equinox event: Mud and Guts Kids' Adventures

Saturday 18, March

Garden Talk: The Rich Brothers on a Sense of Place

Garden Talk: The Rich Brothers on a Sense of Place

Saturday 18, March

Sunday 19, March

Equinox dusk walk with author Louisa Thomsen Brits

Equinox dusk walk with author Louisa Thomsen Brits

Sunday 19, March

Tuesday 21, March

Babylon

Babylon

18strong sex, nudity, drug misuse

Tuesday 21, March

Sunday 26, March

What's Love Got to Do With It?

What's Love Got to Do With It?

12Ainfrequent strong language, moderate sex & drug references, discrimination

Sunday 26, March

Thursday 30, March

What's Love Got to Do With It?

What's Love Got to Do With It?

12Ainfrequent strong language, moderate sex & drug references, discrimination

Thursday 30, March

A Man Called Otto

A Man Called Otto

15suicide theme

Based on the comical and moving # 1 New York Times bestseller, A Man Called Otto tells the story of Otto Anderson (Tom Hanks), a grumpy widower who is very set in his ways. When a lively young family moves in next door, he meets his match in quick-witted and very pregnant Marisol, leading to an unlikely friendship that will turn his world upside-down. Experience a funny, heartwarming story about how some families come from the most unexpected places. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Thursday 9, February

Tuesday 21, February

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A Table Full of Love: Skye McAlpine X Skye Gyngell

A Table Full of Love: Skye McAlpine X Skye Gyngell

To celebrate the launch of Skye McAlpine’s new cookbook, A Table Full of Love, join us as the food writer explores with our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell the connection between food and love. All moderated by freelance writer and columnist Fiona McCarthy. Like the book, enjoy a celebratory evening of the many different love stories that make up our lives. A Table Full of Love - a signed copy of which can be ordered in advance of the event or bought on the night - has more than 100 simple, do-able recipes to comfort, seduce, nourish and spoil all. Heckfield is also hosting a Skye McAlpine dinner in our open-fire restaurant, Hearth, after the event. If you would like to be put on a list to join the dinner – subject to availability - please email: [email protected]). Guests booking both the Skye McAlpine X Skye Gyngell Talk and Dinner in Hearth are invited to book a room with an offer of an upgrade to the next category (excluding Signature Rooms), subject to availability. This needs to be booked directly please by calling 44 (0) 118 932 6868 or email [email protected] Skye McAlpine is a cookery writer who believes that food tastes best when shared with others. She is the author of two other books, A Table in Venice and A Table for Friends, writes a monthly column for The Sunday Times and has contributed to publications from around the world, including vogue.com, Vanity Fair, Corriere della Serra and Conde Nast Traveller. In 2021 she launched her own curated range of homeware, Skye McAlpine TAVOLA. Skye Gyngell joined Heckfield Place as Culinary Director before the opening, and has been instrumental in guiding the culinary concept and estate offering. In her role at Heckfield Place, Skye oversees the menus at Marle & Hearth. Her signature style of dishes created using local, fresh ingredients underpin all that is served at Heckfield Place, with Skye working closely with the Home Farm team to serve produce grown on the estate. Lifestyle journalist, international contributing editor and author Fiona McCarthy covers design, interiors, fashion, beauty, food and travel for the UK’s leading newspapers, including The Times, The Sunday Times, Times Luxx, The Telegraph, FT’s HTSI and the Evening Standard; design titles including AD US, Elle Decoration, House & Garden, Living Etc and Homes & Gardens; and independent print and digital publications including Airmail, Hole & Corner, Carole Bamford’s Seed, ILN’s Sphere, Schumacher’s Frederic, Maybourne Magazine, Departures, Centurion and Netjets. She is the London editor for Vogue Living (Australia) and a regular contributor to The Australian newspaper’s WISH Magazine. She is the author of travel guide London Precincts (2016); and co-author of A Living Space (2012), Every Room Tells A Story (2015), Design Thread (2019) and Design Secrets (2021) with award-winning interior designer and hotelier Kit Kemp (all Hardie Grant). As well as dinner in Hearth, we also offer - subject to availability - a pre-screening Earth dinner before (three-course set menu at 5:30pm) or dinner after the event in Marle, recently awarded a Michelin Green Star. Please email [email protected] Guests booking both the Skye McAlpine X Skye Gyngell Talk and Dinner in Hearth are invited to book a room with an offer of an upgrade to the next category (excluding Signature Rooms), subject to availability. This needs to be booked directly please by calling 44 (0) 118 932 6868 or email the Reservations Department

Tuesday 28, February

Aftersun

Aftersun

12Ainfrequent strong language, moderate sex references, upsetting scenes

The stunning debut from Scottish writer-director Charlotte Wells, Aftersun juxtaposes a hopeful coming-of-age story with a poignant, intimate family portrait that leaves an indelible impression. At a fading vacation resort in the late 1990s, 11-year-old Sophie (Frankie Corio) treasures rare time together with her loving and idealistic father, Calum (BAFTA winner Paul Mescal, Normal People). As a world of adolescence creeps into view, beyond her eye Calum struggles under the weight of life outside of fatherhood. Twenty years later, Sophie's tender recollections of their last holiday become a powerful and heartrending portrait of their relationship, as she tries to reconcile the father she knew with the man she didn't, in Charlotte Wells’ superb and searingly emotional debut film. Winner of the French Touch Jury Prize at the Cannes 2022 Critics’ Week and the Grand Prize at the Deauville American Film Festival. The Screening Room Bar will open at 6.30 pm. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Thursday 2, March

Avatar: The Way of Water

Avatar: The Way of Water

12Amoderate violence, threat, injury detail, infrequent strong language

2D. Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, AVATAR 2 begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive and the tragedies they endure. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Sunday 5, February

Thursday 16, February

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Babylon

Babylon

18strong sex, nudity, drug misuse

From Damien Chazelle, BABYLON is an original epic set in 1920s Los Angeles led by Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva, with an ensemble cast including Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li and Jean Smart. A tale of outsized ambition and outrageous excess, it traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of unbridled decadence and depravity in early Hollywood. The Screening Room Bar will open at 6.30 pm. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Sunday 5, March

Tuesday 21, March

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Empire of Light

Empire of Light

15racism, strong language, sex

From Academy Award®-winning director and writer Sam Mendes, EMPIRE OF LIGHT is an intimate and moving story about love, friendship, and connection, set in a coastal town in Southern England against the social turmoil of the early 1980s. Hilary (Olivia Colman), a woman with a difficult past and an uneasy present, is part of a makeshift family at the old Empire Cinema on the seafront. When Stephen (Micheal Ward) is hired to work in the cinema, the two find an unlikely attraction and discover the healing power of movies, music and community. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Tuesday 14, February

Sunday 19, February

Thursday 23, February

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Equinox dusk walk with author Louisa Thomsen Brits

Equinox dusk walk with author Louisa Thomsen Brits

An opportunity to wander around our estate and enjoy a beautiful dusk walk - the blue light - under the mindful expertise of author Louisa Thomsen Brits. Join the outdoor swimmer, walker and mother of four as she riffs on her most recent book, Path - a prose poem about connection between humans and landscape. (Ticket includes a signed copy of the book.) Walking at night opens a seam between domestic and wild, heightens poetic awareness and invites us to feel part of the creaturely world. Her work is informed by silence and movement, by interests in deep ecology, embodiment and art and craft that spring from our connection with nature. Louisa writes about interconnectedness and the rhythms and patterns that unite and define all living things. If you would like to book a table for dinner after the event (subject to availability), please email [email protected] FITNESS LEVEL: MODERATE FIT. Don't forget it rains (apparently) in Hampshire occasionally: please bring a rain jacket and comfortable outdoor shoes.

Sunday 19, March

Equinox event: Mud and Guts Kids' Adventures

Equinox event: Mud and Guts Kids' Adventures

Ditch the screen this Equinox: fabulously fun outdoor adventures for children. Reconnect with the natural world, through games and quizzes. Explore Heckfield's giant woodland and Tree Hunt and build an Eeyore house…Can of water and biscuit included (please advise of any dietary requirement). STRICTLY for children aged 6-14 only; www.mudandguts.co.uk FITNESS LEVEL: MODERATE FIT. Don't forget it rains (apparently) in Hampshire occasionally: please bring a rain jacket and comfortable outdoor shoes.

Saturday 18, March

Garden Talk: The Rich Brothers on a Sense of Place

Garden Talk: The Rich Brothers on a Sense of Place

Join Harry and David Rich - the Rich Brothers - for a talk on a Sense of Place, one of the essential details to their design process. From their masterpieces at Chelsea Flower Show to their creations at Heckfield Place, the brothers' Rich Landscapes is an award-winning landscape and garden design practice working in the UK and abroad. Collaborating with architects and interior architects to create beautiful spaces, they see these relationships being paramount in creating a harmonious connection between people and nature. They will discuss sensitive consideration to material choice, planting palette and functionality provide the key structures that outline the atmosphere and usability of the space. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day

Saturday 18, March

Good taste: Resident Naturopath on boosting foods

Good taste: Resident Naturopath on boosting foods

As part of our weekend to celebrate the Autumn Equinox, join our Master Practitioner and Resident Naturopath Ashmina Manolidis ND on a 90-minute tasting journey. Discover how combining different foods can affect our thinking, energy and boost our immune system or make us feel tired, sluggish and without motivation - all riffing on different types of food including ones from our biodynamic Market Garden. Ashmina works on finding balance in mind, body and spirit to help people live their life to the fullest through naturopathy, iridology, craniosacral therapy and more. Her naturopathic philosophy is to treat the cause, not the symptom. She believes the body contains a healing ability which can be stimulated by the correct nutrients, fresh air, adequate rest and relaxation, a positive attitude and peace of mind. Please meet at the Sitting Room and send any dietaries to [email protected] FOR THOSE AGED 18 OR OVER. PLEASE NOTE: Due to high demand for our restaurants, lunch after the event usually needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected]

Saturday 18, March

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

12Adrug misuse, domestic abuse, discrimination, sex references, language

The joyous, emotional and heart-breaking celebration of the life and music of Whitney Houston, the greatest female R&B pop vocalist of all time. Tracking her journey from obscurity to musical super stardom. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Thursday 2, February

Tuesday 7, February

Sunday 12, February

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TÁR

TÁR

15sexually abusive behaviour

From producer-writer-director Todd Field comes TÁR, starring Cate Blanchett as the iconic musician Lydia Tár. TÁR examines the changing nature of power, its impact, and durability in our modern world. The Screening Room Bar will open half an hour before the screening starts. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Sunday 26, February

Tuesday 7, March

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What's Love Got to Do With It?

What's Love Got to Do With It?

12Ainfrequent strong language, moderate sex & drug references, discrimination

How do you find lasting love in today's world? For documentary filmmaker Zoe (Lily James), swiping right to find Mr Right has only delivered bad dates and funny anecdotes, much to her opinionated mother Cath's (Emma Thompson) dismay. For her childhood friend and neighbour Kazim (Shazad Latif), the answer is to follow his parents' example and opt for an assisted marriage with a bright and beautiful bride from Pakistan. As Zoe films his hopeful journey from London to Lahore to marry a stranger, chosen by his parents, she begins to wonder if she might have something to learn from a different approach to finding love. The Screening Room Bar will open at 6.30 pm. Due to high demand, our pre-screening dinner Earth in Marle Restaurant (three-course fixed set menu as explained below) at 5.30pm needs to be reserved in advance. If you would like to book a table (subject to availability), please email [email protected] Bound by the rhythm of the seasons, our restaurants are fuelled by the biodynamic Market Garden and organic Home Farm. From gluts to unloved bits like beetroot tops, we hope not to waste an ounce of produce. This daily-changing menu – echoing our Culinary Director Skye Gyngell’s ground-breaking Scratch menu at Spring in London – features elegantly simple, delicious food using ingredients that otherwise might have been overlooked. Being inspired by what we have to hand means we cannot alter the early evening menu on the night. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, we suggest you order from the a la carte menu of the day.

Sunday 26, March

Thursday 30, March

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