KITCHEN ON THE EDGE OF THE WORLD SERIES


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We may be far away, but our love of exceptional food and interesting people has connected us to chefs Valentine Warner and Mark Hix. Together we have built a programme, Kitchen on the Edge of the World, for 2019 and beyond. This is driven by the world’s best chefs and bartenders against a truly extraordinarily wild backdrop, with guest talks from internationally acclaimed authors and speakers such as Matt Haig. We also offer artists, filmmakers, nature experts, with experiences including cookery and cocktail demonstrations, live performances, island picnics, fishing, knife making, and yoga.

Come along with us to be truly inspired, connect with nature, and enrich your spirit.

Available dates in 2019:

19 – 23 September
Valentine Warner presents Gill Meller, Oliver Rampley, Mark Hix, Nick Strangeway and Matt Haig

Available dates in 2020:
19 – 23 March
18 – 22 June
17 – 21 September

Guest chefs include Niklas Ekstedt and Angela Hartnett.

Artist and chef schedules may be subject to change.

IN THE PRESS ...

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