FATHER and son Abdul and Kamal are having a busy night in their restaurant. As they struggle to deal with all of the customers ‘out front’ and the staff in the kitchen, they also have to decide on the future of the curry house. Will Kamal carry on the family business, or is this the end?
Artsreach, Dorset’s rural touring arts charity, brings this entertaining show that is part play and part cookery demonstration to Cranborne’s Cecil Memorial Hall on Tuesday 13th, Langton Matravers village hall on Wednesday 14th and Bourton village hall on Thursday 15th March.
Joining Abdul and Kamal on stage for each performance will be a local chef, offering a spicy cookery demonstration, food tasters and conversation with the cast.
Artsreach co-director Yvonne Gallimore said: “The Chef Show first toured in the rural north last spring and was a sell out success in those villages. Bringing it to Dorset is not only a brilliant way to give our audiences a great night out, but it also allows them learn a little about the people running food restaurants and businesses in their local communities.”
At Cranborne the guest chef will be Hari Hari in Poole offering a taste of Sri Lanka. A chef from the Golden Bengal in Swanage will join the company at Langton Matravers, and at Bourton the guest will be a chef from Indigo Blue in Mere.
Expect a deliciously alternative and entertaining evening with The Chef show – early booking is advised! www.artsreach.co.uk