Thursday, July 8, 2010

BBC podcast on the supperclubs movement

The fab and fiercely militant MsMarmitelover was on Radio 4 this week with Tim Hayward, who explores the links between a 1930s supperclub in Hampstead, at the Isokon building (built in the constructivist style) with Agatha Christie and other leading lights, with supperclubs in today's London.

The Isobar supperclub was already experimental with food, and also determined to keep dinners affordable and designed to promote interaction between intellectuals and artists.
This is exactly what we would like to realize and find more in New Zealand: a contemporary salon that will foster great discussions and entertainement, get people together to socialize and interact, around a delicious table.

A very inspiring show, with a great insight on the movement, for those who still wonder what is a supperclub... Here is the link to the podcast

Enjoy the show and book a spot for our next supper!

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