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FEAST – An Event Exploring the Intersection Between Food and Migration

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The Institute of Theology and Liberal Arts and the Bakhita Centre, in collaboration with The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network (TERN) and Richmond Arts & Ideas Festival, are delighted to announce an engaging event that delves into the relationship between food and migration.

Taking place on the 30th June from 4pm to 8pm, FEAST promises to be an immersive experience showcasing the remarkable stories of refugees who have successfully established their own food businesses.

FEAST aims to shed light on the resilience, creativity, and contribution of refugees in the culinary world. Attendees will have the opportunity to savour mouth-watering international cuisine at the afternoon Street Food Market, peruse local crafts, attend an exhibition and be part of an evening of dance, performance and storytelling.

The event will be held at St Mary’s University and in the Waldegrave Drawing Room of Strawberry Hill House. Admission is £25 including food and performance with a 10% discount for group bookings and those made before 16th June.

For media inquiries, interviews, or further information, please contact: Kim Salmons

To book tickets follow the link: FEAST - Friday 30 June 2023 | St Mary's University Online Store (

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