Richard Michael Hawes and Matthew James Cowlishaw of Deloitte LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of WSH & Mark Hix Restaurants Limited, Restaurants Etc Limited and Hix Townhouse Limited ("the Companies") on 3 April 2020. The affairs, business and assets of the Companies are being managed by the Joint Administrators.

For all matters relating to the administration of the Companies, please contact Aaron Banks on 0121 695 5827 or aabanks@deloitte.co.uk.

Richard Michael Hawes and Matthew James Cowlishaw of Deloitte LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Restaurants Etc Limited, Hix Townhouse Limited and WSH & Mark Hix Restaurants Limited ("the Companies") on 3 April 2020. The affairs, business and assets of the Companies are being managed by the Joint Administrators. The Joint Administrators act as agents of the Companies and contract without personal liability. The Joint Administrators are authorised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. All licensed insolvency practitioners of Deloitte LLP are licensed in the UK.

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Henry Hudson

Hudson’s portrait of Mark Hix hangs above the bar in Tramshed. At first glance it may resemble an oil or acrylic painting, but it is in fact derived of plasticine. Hudson heats the substance on a hotplate to make it malleable before applying it as an initial layer. Hudson is a mutinous artist and intuitively a playful one who subverts traditional narratives and mediums.

‘The Portrait of Mark Hix’ comes from a series of works by Henry Hudson entitled “Between A Rock and A Hard Place”. The major theme that runs through Henry Hudson’s work is the value of art itself and the personification of this anxiety – the tortured artist.

Mark Hix’s head is wrapped in fragile tape with a bottle of French Perrier water and a bottle of Temperley Cider Brandy in front of him. Blindfolded, he must instinctively choose which bottle to use.