Dinner at Brighton’s i360 for the Table Talk Foundation

A SPECIAL dinner combining dishes by Michelin-starred chefs and artworks by contemporary artists is set to take place at a landmark attraction.

The Sussex charity Table Talk Foundation is hosting a dinner at the i360 on Brighton seafront on October 11th.

Four top chefs will create dishes inspired by specially created works by four contemporary artists. Her art is then auctioned off to raise funds for the charity.

The Argus: The dinner takes place in the i360Dinner will take place at the i360

The Table Talk Foundation is running a nutrition education program in schools across Sussex to help tackle childhood obesity by teaching youngsters about eating, cooking and making the right food choices.

The dinner will take place during The Sussex Contemporary, a new art exhibition which opens at i360 on 8 October and will showcase Sussex’s finest artists for two weeks.

Dinner guests enjoy a private view of the art before being seated.

The starter is prepared by Jean Delport, who was awarded a Michelin star just ten months after opening the Interlude restaurant in Leonardslee Gardens, near Horsham.

The Argus: Jean Delport was awarded a Michelin star ten months after opening the Interlude restaurant in Leonardslee Gardens, near HorshamJean Delport was awarded a Michelin star ten months after opening the Interlude restaurant in Leonardslee Gardens near Horsham

His dish is inspired by artwork created especially for the dinner by renowned Sussex painter and potter Tony Parsons.

San B is an aspiring artist working with Swarovski crystals and his work will be the inspiration for Adam Handling’s Fish Course.

Adam received his first Michelin star at Frog, his restaurant in Covent Garden. At just 33, he also owns two other renowned restaurants and a cocktail bar.

The main course is presented by Sarah Hayward, Executive Chef to Tom Kerridge, recently identified as a respectable person by popular foodie website, greatbritishchefs.com. Her dish is influenced by the work of internationally renowned sculptor Beth Cullen Kerridge, who also happens to be Tom’s wife.

The Argus: Tom Kerridge's executive chef Sarah Hayward will be collaborating with sculptor Beth Cullen KerridgeTom Kerridge’s executive chef Sarah Hayward will be collaborating with sculptor Beth Cullen Kerridge

Finally, Brighton-based artist James William Murray is commissioned to create an artwork that will be the inspiration for a Glen Sharman dessert. Glen is the sous chef at Raymond Blanc’s world-renowned restaurant, Le Manoir aux Quat’saisons.

“We are thrilled to host this truly unique event with such heavyweights from the visual and culinary arts worlds,” said Daniel Wade, Founder of the Table Talk Foundation.

“If you are a foodie and art lover don’t miss this.”

Tickets to the event cost £220 and those interested should visit www.tabletalk-foundation.com to purchase tickets.

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