Art and appreciation are limited only by our human imagination. Art permeates all the sense fields, and as Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche first taught, also encompasses fine dining – the poetic expression of our most basic human pursuit – eating and drinking.
With this in mind, we cordially invite you to join French Chef Iza Redon and the supporters of the Drala Jong appeal on the evening of Saturday 11th May for a fundraising dinner at the Southville Centre, Bedminster, Bristol.
Our hosts, our chef, kitchen staff and entertainers have all generously donated their time and skills free of charge for the evening, so all proceeds will go to the appeal fund.
There will be stand up comedy courtesy of Gary Hooley of Vagabond and Laughing Horse fame, and also a chance to win some splendid prizes in our charity raffle, which will include original artwork from Ngak’chang Rinpoche
The meal includes three courses plus coffee, for just £27 per person.
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