Inspired by Party Skills for the End of the World, renowned Mancunian chef Mary-Ellen McTague (Aumbry, the Real Junk Food Project, MIF15’s High Tea in Wonderland) has devised a dinner party with a difference. Each evening, just 20 guests will share a special last supper, with delicious and surprising food that explores themes of survival, extinction, scarcity and opulence. McTague’s creative menu will give you a flavour of how we may choose to eat, and what we may have to eat, come the end of days.
Produced by Manchester International Festival. Photo: Party Skills workshop at the MIF offices, Manchester, UK, January 2017 © Donald Christie
Mohammed Fairouz, Matthew Herbert, Huang Ruo, Anna Meredith, Olga Neuwirth, Philip Venables
DANCE, VISUAL ARTS, FAMILY, DIGITAL, FREE, FOOD
THEATRE, MUSIC, FILM
Created by Jane Horrocks, Nick Vivian and Wrangler