A new one-of-a-kind dining experience is opening at Westfield Shepherds Bush this April from Dinner Time Story, the producer behind the hugely successful Le Petit Chef. The evening describes itself as “an illusionary feast for all the senses”, with cutting edge 3D visual technology, image mapping and experiential storytelling through flavours, sights and sounds.
During the two hour show, guests will be transported to an imaginary land known as Hoshena with the help of the Queen of Hoshena herself. She’ll begin by telling guests of a once-green and luscious kingdom that has banished emotions, leaving the land dark and empty – the idea is the kingdom will be restored to its former glory throughout the evening. Over the course of the night you’ll enjoy a five-course meal with wine and cocktail pairings, with each dish corresponding to the storyline and representing an emotion. We’re told there will be lots of clever props, sounds and illusions throughout.
The concept was the brainchild of Dinner Time Story co-founder Nadine Beshir, along with multimedia British artists Davy & Kirsten McGuire from Studio McGuire.
Westfield, Ariel Way, London, W12 7GF
12 April – 7 August 2019
Tickets cost £85-£110 and are on sale on 26 March. Book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +447510204003