ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK - Wine tasting event
8/05/2017: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
In celebration of the Real Wine Fair, join New Street Wine for their Orange is the New Black Tasting on Monday 8th May at 7pm.
They will be hosting Dario Princic Wines for their exciting orange wine tasting. They will have his son Andrea Princic (the current winemaker) and his partner Savina Radikon there to walk guests through their fascinating wines.
The wines on show will be Princic Vino Bianco ‘Trebez’ (Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio), Princic Vino Bianco Ribolla Gialla, Princic Vino Bianco Jakot (Friulano), Princic Vino Bianco Pinot Grigio.
And if you can track down a bottle, you may even taste the extremely limited Princic Cabernet Sauvignon!
You will find some wonderful regional fare, hopefully getting their executive chef to cook up a storm with some lesser known specialties.
If you are interested in the more quirky things in life or passionate about orange wine, then this is a really not to be missed event!
Tickets are £30 per person.
To make a booking, please click on the following link: http://shop.danddlondon.com/product/orange-is-the-new-black-tasting-at-new-street-wine/
Please also be aware that if you buy a ticket to their tastings you will be eligible (on the night of the tasting) for a 10% discount at the Fish Market or New Street Grill (table reservation required) as well as a 10% discount on takeaway bottles from the Wine Shop
6 July - 17 August: 12:30 PM - 12:30 PM
Devonshire Square is marking the UK-India Year of Culture with a sensorially engaging retrospective journey through Indian dancing styles, from contemporary Bollywood shows to some of the most ancient and symbolically charged Indian classical dances. The 7 week programme will showcase acts by some of the most talented dancers in the South Asian dance panorama presented by Akademi South Asian Dance, while the Bollywood themed opening show will be presented by Bollywood Co. The UK-India Year of Culture represents a perfect opportunity to celebrate Devonshire Square’s rich and charming history which is strongly linked to India. The 4 acre campus - today a premium office and retail destination as well as an artistic hub - used to be a complex of warehouses back in 1820 where the most valuable goods traded by the East India Company used to be stored. The dancers’ strikingly colourful and elaborated costumes will bring to life India’s precious textiles once stored in the Bengal Warehouse, evoked also by the festival’s title “Tales of Silk and Music”, creating a powerful metaphorical link between Devonshire Square past, as a warehouse, and present, as a culturally vibrant destination. All shows will take place on Thursdays at 12.30pm in Devonshire Square’s historical Western Courtyard from 6th July till 17th August. All performances are free attendance and registration is not required.