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EAT/TALK/ART: Artistic Foodie Event

12th Nov 2014

beautiful dining table

Chats, cocktails and beautiful art will be exactly what you need – and get – this Friday evening at the Talbot Gallery. The gallery will host the third in their EAT/TALK/ART series, which the gallery describes as ?a small, informal gathering of folk interested in…” you guessed it, “eating, talking and art.”

The supper series follows the success of their breakfast events, which were a brilliant combination of simple food and discussion about art.

The gathering will include discussion from artist Sinead Ni Mhaonaigh and Anne Hendrick, about her current exhibition JEST, which will run until November 22nd.

Guests will be served a delicious wholesome supper supplied with the kind support of The Wooden Whisk, Granger’s Bar and Classic Drinks and you’ll receive a free cocktail upon your arrival. The event is also Bring Your Own Bottle.

EAT/TALK/ART takes place at the Talbot Gallery, 51 Talbot Street from 7.30-11.00pm, Friday, November 14th.

Tickets are limited but still available here via EventBrite. Alternatively, check out their Facebook event to see which of your friends are heading along too.

Hannah Popham @HannahPopham

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