Friday 21 February 2014

'The Great Chicken Wing Hunt' Film Premiere with Guest Chefs in Shoreditch

A film premiere with a difference.  Two differences.  Three differences.  Lots of differences.
1 - No red carpet
2 - Shoreditch, not Leicester Sq
3 - It's about food - chicken wings
4 - There will guest chefs cooking chicken wings to get you in the mood.
Oh - and proceeds will go to Foodcycle.  It's on Tuesday 4th March, and since nothing ever happens on a Tuesday you should get your tickets now!

"The UK premiere of The Great Chicken Wing Hunt, the award-winning documentary directed by Matt Reynolds.
On the 4th March 1964, the humble hot wing was invented in Buffalo, New York by Teressa Bellissimo.
Now, 50 years later to the day, we celebrate the hot wing with a fundraising screening, with proceeds going to FoodCycle, alongside some of our favourite guest chefs and food obsessed friends - line up below!
On the night we will be screening Matt's brilliant film - whose fans range from The New Yorker to Eater, and has screened at over 25 festivals before hitting London - followed by chicken and drinks, with guest chefs donating their version of a hot sauce that will be dousing free wings.
Guest Chefs include:
Bao London
Climpsons Arch
On The Bab 
Little Fellas
The Gourmand
The Skinny Bib
Vegans This Is Not For 
+ more to be announced!
With all ticket proceeds going to the FoodCycle charity, we also thank the kind donations from Director Matt Reynolds, Mother London, the Guest Chefs, Billetto and of course, you, for joining us on the chicken hunt (!) and to enjoy what Immaculate Infatuation called: "The most important food movie since JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI." Whoa."

When - Tuesday 4th March, 7pm

Where - Mother, Biscuit Building, 10 Redchurch Street, E2 7DD

Cost - £10 from Billetto here  

Link 1 - Tickets page
Link 2 - Site

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