San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Join us for a wonderous evening of incredible film, live music, chocolate tasting and a delicious Indian buffet dinner!
Love Thy Nature is a cinematic immersion into the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world. Narrated by Liam Neeson, Love Thy Nature is a cinematic immersion into the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world. With mesmerizing artistry and fascinating details, the film explores how nature nourishes us. While our environmental crisis threatens the very survival of our species, a renewed connection with nature holds the key to a highly advanced new era.
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CHOCOLATE TASTING - THE CHOCOLATE YOGI
Raw, organic, vegan, handmade and simply delicious chocolate made by yogis on Scotland Island in Sydney Australia.
LIVE MUSIC - Darby and Kym Staton
Darby's delicately crafted sound is one riddled with honeyed folk melodies, fingerpicking coastal blues and ambient rock. Inspired by Americana, city blues and romantic rue Darby harbours an impressionable flair, captivating those privy with her sweet yet haunting vocal and an intriguing fragility. Her debut EP recorded with local Sydney producer and indie ambient rock enthusiast Adam Dudek in partnership with London based music company Tonium UK was launched successfully on the 9th of May at Hibernian House in Surry Hills.
>> Listen to Darby on JJJ unearthed
Kym Staton launched into the sydney singer/songwriter scene in 2012 and has attracted a steady following after performing many gigs at intimate venues around Sydney including The Factory Theatre, The Newsagency, Dome Bar, The White Horse, Broadway Lounge, and lots of small cafes and bars. He has a unique sound that is both exotic and earthy. His repertoire is an eclectic concoction of blues, jazz, folk and celtic covers, weird old songs and unusual originals. His rare rock tenor voice goes from subtle to soaring in a heartbeat and his exquisite interplay of captivating vocals and a deft touch on a telecaster must to be heard to be believed.
Your ticket price includes a delicious Indian vegetarian and vegan dinner downstairs in Govindas Restaurant. The menu includes delicious Indian dahl soup, various vegetable curries, baked penne pasta, cauliflower pakoras, potato wedges, rice, papadams, bread & a variety of salads, sauces and side dishes. In their words: "We believe in giving value for money and encourage you to visit the buffet as many times as you like through out your evening with us".
5.45pm: Doors open, optional early dinner
6.15pm: Live music and chocolate tasting
8.15pm: Optional late dinner
Getting there/ Parking:
Govindas is 5 mins walk from Kings Cross train station. There is ticketed street parking in surrounding streets and free parking about two blocks away.
General Admission only $35
(includes film, music, chocolate tasting and dinner!)
* Please note that tickets are NOT refundable, but may be transferred (given to a friend or relative). Can't attend? Send a friend :-)
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