Kino Vino, the supperclub that is themed around a classic food film, is back for Saturday 23rd July at Palm 2 in Clapton, E5, with Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1975 film The Mirror which explores how are tastes are influenced through our mothers. As ever there's a screening of the film in question, followed by dinner - this time cooked by chef, food writer and stylist Olia Hercules - and then a. Tickets are just £50.
"We enter the poetic dream-like world of Andrei Tarkovsky’s Mirror to explore the tastes of our childhood memories and celebrate the food of our mothers. Taking inspiration from the film’s key location – a buckwheat field, Olia will create a unique menu of buckwheat dishes and other foods that reflect our shared Soviet past.
As part of Curzon Artificial Eye and BFI season"
When - Saturday 23rd July 2016
Where - Palm2, 152-156 Lower Clapton Rd, London E5 0QJ
Tickets - £50 from Eventzilla here Includes wine tasting and dinner; film screening is free
Link - Kino Vino
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