Our award-winning event is coming to Manchester for the first time! Join us for a fabulous evening of gourmet street food and entertainment whilst raising vital funds for survivors of torture.
Don't miss out on The Great Street Feast Manchester, on Thursday 23 November, where leading chefs and refugees are coming together to celebrate food from around the world.
The world-class menu of gourmet street food will be provided by award-winning chef Mary Ellen McTague, Caroline Martins from the Sau Paulo Project, Sampa and RIO-MEX who will be serving a fusion of Brazilian and Mexican food, The Little Sri Lankan bringing traditional Sri Lankan food with a modern twist, and Ngwafu Tansie from gwafuvegan who will be treating us to a West African dessert, with more surprises to come.
A very special addition this year is Maravilha, a torture survivor, chef and advocate, who will be creating traditional Congolese dishes from her homeland.
To quench your thirst, specially selected wines provided by Farr Vintners will flow throughout the evening, alongside a delicious selection of non-alcoholic drinks.
You will also be able to peruse our Gift Shop, full of items made by survivors, and you can try your luck in the Silent Auction, where some fabulous prizes are on offer.
Date: Thursday 23 November 2023
Time: 6.30pm - 9:30pm
Location: No 1 Circle Square, 3 Symphony Park, Manchester M1 7FS (fully accessible venue)
- 6.30pm - 7:30pm: Gourmet street food, fine wines, cocktails, mocktails and other treats and surprises
- 7:45pm: Special Celebrity Guests will join us
- 8:30pm: Dessert
- 9:30pm: Carriages
Tickets are priced at £40 and include all food, wine and entertainment.
This event is kindly sponsored by The Prime Group.