Thursday 18 April 2013

An Egyptian Supper Club to Raise Money for The Winch in Swiss Cottage

This is an Egyptian supper club is to raise money for The Winch centre in Swiss Cottage which helps disadvantaged children.  There are only 30 places at £30 each - plus it's BYOB.  There aren't many Egyptian supper clubs - don't miss this one.

"Delicious pop up supper club from Tastes of the Nile  to raise funds for the much-needed work The Winch does with local children and young people.(Registered Charity No. 1055059)
Elaine El-Essawy of Tastes of the Nile is a regular at Swiss Cottage Market and has her own shop and catering company based at Ferdinand Street. She has been a supporter of The Winch for many years and as The Winch is stepping up its work for children in the area, in particular those who are vulnerable or disadvantaged, Elaine has joined the team of supporters keen to help raise funds for it's work.   
Well known for her array of tasty dishes with an Egyptian/Mediterranean flavour, Elaine's superb menu of meze and tapas style dishes with be served along with soft drinks such as herbal tea, against a background of a unique spoken word performance from artists and friends of Stage it Write.
Elaine has created this event to support our work and with limited spaces this is a unique opportunity to join us in The Basement at The Winch in Winchester Road, for a fabulous evening. 
You are welcome to bring your own drinks with you. (BYOB) All places at the table are for a minimum donation of £30 per person and there are only 30 places available. Do join us for a stimulating and delicious supper in a unique, intimate and heart warming environment."

When - Saturday 11th May, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Where - The Winchester Project, 21 Winchester Road, NW3 3NR

Tickets - £30 donation from here


Link 1 - Tastes of the Nile
Link 2 - The Winch

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