SoulFood Party: Meet Your Food Mate

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Join us at SoulFood Party for a food celebration and meet your food mate . In order to make sure we have enough food for you to have a slap up meal, please book now…! 

This time we’re combining forces and putting on a fundraiser for the excellent community venture that is Exeter Street Hall. We will bring together people from all around Brighton to help support the great work they do, share some food and strengthen our communities through the power of laughter and dinner. As it’s also Red Nose Day, we’ll have some donation boxes to hand and some of the proceeds from the games will go towards this too.

Come and enjoy a delicious gourmet buffet created by Masterchef Ingrid Wakeling who will be using the thrifty and inventive dishes of the past as her inspiration. From British dishes created under rationing to marvels of invention that have travelled to us across the Silk Road and beyond, prepare to learn a few tips and delight your taste buds!

As much of our base ingredients as possible will be sourced from The Real Junk Food Project Brighton and you will also have a chance to find out about many wonderful food and community ventures in Brighton and Hove.

Your ticket includes a welcome cocktail, a delicious buffet, a selection of wonderful games and activities and a raffle ticket (prizes include a signed ‘The Archers’ script, tickets to the Komedia and a treatment at the Tree of Life Centre.

Tickets can be bought via the Exeter Street website.

Concessions available on request, please contact us.

 24 March 2017 from 6.30 pm

Exeter Street Hall, 16-17 Exeter St, Brighton BN1 5PG

Event Info :  or  01273 561149

Twitter: @SoulFoodforSoul



£20 online, £25 on door. Concs available: please get in touch. Includes gourmet buffet, games, goodies, raffle ticket and welcome cocktail!

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