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Come Eat With Me

at the


A deliciously exciting exhibition  

10th -17th February 2024
10am - 4pm
 (Sunday 1-3pm)



Rochester Cathedral

FREE Entry
donations welcome and very much appreciated

A fresh look at the Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci's 'Last Supper' through the eyes of 18 artists.
Specialist Icon artists and local Kent artists, including specialist pottery in 1st Century style, who have created a table set for a king capturing a specific moment in time when Christ speaks of his betrayal.

Commissioned by Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, for the Dominican convent of Santa Maria della Grazie, 'The Last Supper' was completed by Leonardo da Vinci around 1498.
The mural, considered to be da Vinci’s transitional work into the High Renaissance, depicts the story told in St John’s Gospel and shows the reactions of the Twelve Apostles in the moment after Jesus has revealed that one of them is about to betray him.

The Twelve Apostles are shown in four groups of three and each one shows a different response.

  A Moment In Time

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One of you will betray me!
The exhibition takes da Vinci's painting and focuses on the reactions of the twelve Apostles and other significant participants and influencers in the event. 


Rochester Cathedral

Meet the Founders


 Elizabeth Mellen

Photographer: Rikard Osterlund 2022

 Artistic Director & Lead Artist

    Jane Furst

Artists & Iconographers

Paul Bryan
Victoria Couves-Sheridan

Sandra Dean

Abigail Elwell-Sutton
Janice Emmott

Jane Furst

Irene Godfrey

John Griffiths

Brian Homewood

Photographer: Rikard Osterlund 2022

John Hughes
Paul Jerome
Paula Judkins

Simon Mills

Barry Page

Randa Saab
Deborah Smith

Ann Welch


A really inspiring exhibition. Incredible artwork and interpretation of the Apostles and other significant people. Thank you.
So wonderful to see people's interpretations and it all on the beautiful table

Jennifer Connelly

Kent U.K.

James Dand

Kent U.K.

What a surprise.
It's fascinating! There's so much to look at and learn about. The whole layout is interesting especially the icons and the wide range of artistic styles.
Its quite inspiring. 

Angela De Anne 

Kent U.K.

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We appreciate your interest and we are happy to participate in interviews and speak at events.

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