Free on Friday August 14th? In Lockdown? Social Distancing getting you down? Finding a newfound love for virtual connection? Or want to try something weird? Join The World’s Biggest Virtual Dinner Party, supported by s p a c e.
The evening will consist of a talk or two, some music, a live cooking masterclass and digital dining rooms to drop in and out, before leading into a living room rave for one! All guests will receive a party box in advance which will include everything needed for the evening ahead, including booze and fresh, restaurant-quality ingredients for a live masterclass hosted by Atlas Dining chef, Charlie Carrington.
CJ Holden, Co-Founder of s p a c e said: “Physical interaction in 2020 is so over-rated, so here we are having a virtual dinner party. We’ve got a few surprises lined up but think even the most introverted of us are getting sick of the lack of social options available. So, the virtual dinner party is a chance to try something different and have a few drinks, safe in the knowledge you’ll get home safely.”
The dinner is supported by s p a c e, a festival-come-conference where ideas meet influence. Partnering with virtual cooking masterclasses, Atlas Dining, to bring the food, Musicians Making a Difference to bring the music, and Lifeline Australia to give a little back.
If you’re interested please check out this link: https://events.humanitix.com/space-virtual-dinner-party.
Proceeds of the event will go to Lifeline.
Ticket Sales from Wednesday 29 July to Sunday 9 August via Humaniti
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