The Professors

Pushing the boundaries of discovery, lose yourself in a whimsical world of molecular mixology and seasonal cuisine at The Lost & Found – a collection of avant-garde cocktail bars and restaurants. Come on in and satisfy all your drinking and dining needs as you uncover the unique depths of each of our professors Victorian hideaways, all whilst recalling the glamour of bygone eras. Discover and you shall find...

Hettie G. Watson

Botany

Bennetts Hill, Birmingham

'Hettie' - the original it-girl, mistress of the quirky, unique and individual, she loves the urban sprawl and unlocking the secrets of the city, it's characters provide rich pickings for her social experiment, from Hockley to Moseley, every hidden corner reveals a new experience, this Victorian charmermixes her passion for botanicals with a flair for fashion and textiles, a very savvy lady.

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Elizabeth E. Lightfoot

Astronomy

Queens Road, Bristol

Elizabeth E. Lightfoot was a woman who sought to find meaning among the stars. As a Professor of Astronomy with an secret interest in fortune telling, she would conduct her research in a hidden room behind an old Tobacconists in the area of Clifton, Bristol. She would also invite her close friends and perform her readings and exhibit her mysterious findings. Come and pay a visit, maybe stay a while.Who knows what you might find?

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Emily B. Kingsley

Lepidoptera

Old Town Hall, Knutsford

'Emily' is a city-girl who moved to the country away from the bustle of Manchester's metropolis, a true socialite, she enjoys a gentrified and bohemian existence, free from the stresses of modern life. Living around Tatton Park and with a love for all things outdoors, she wanders the countryside collecting samples and recording her findings of the local flora and fauna from dawn till dusk.

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Benedict Pike

Chemistry

Leeds Club, Albion Place

Lost in the jungles of South America is where Professor Benedict Pike truly discovered the meaning of being free. He would say "Life is for the living and that's precisely what we should all do". But before we start on our journey one must visit our well leaden bar in Leeds and as Professor Pike specialises in Chemistry you can be like him and sample strange and wonderful concoctions and feast at our dining room. However you start your adventures, be like our Professor and do it with conviction, you may like what you find!

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Virginia K. Stevenson

Ornithology

Greek Street, Leeds

'Virginia' is a forward thinking and free-spirited inividual. Born on the wild moorlands of Yorkshire, this girl's no Cathy, this independent ornothologist yearned for a life in the big City where she could practice her love of birds and embrace culture with wild abandon. She's never too far from the next musical discovery, her finger on the pulse, a girl everyone wants to know and who every girl wants to be.

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Victoria B. Darcy

Horticulture

Ecclesall Road, Sheffield

Victoria B. Darcy was something of a rebel. Coming from a well respected family of industrialists, she was a professor of horticulture as well as a keen conservationist. From her opinions on the up-keep of parks, to turning the industrial landscape into beautiful gardens, she was most certainly ahead of her time with these new ideas. Wherever you see wild flowers or a beautiful park within the City of Sheffield, you can think of Victoria B. Darcy.

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