A delicious vegan feast to get your creative juices flowing
The Portsmouth Writers' Hub is a group designed to support new, emerging and experienced writers in Portsmouth and surrounding areas. They hold regular meet-ups that provide opportunities to broaden your writing, meet other writers, and find inspiration in new things. The Writer's Hub will be kicking off March with a brand new event: The Portsmouth Food Writing Supper Club. On Thursday March 1st, you'll get to expand your food writing repertoire while enjoying a meal of vegan dishes.
The Supper Club features special guest, Misti Traya. She's the brains behind food blog Chagrinnamon Toast, a place where she shares recipes alongside interesting tidbits about history and food. Misti will be leading food writing exercises using the delicious vegan feast as inspiration.
The food comes courtesy of Ginger and Peach, a Southsea based pop-up supper club. Polpette Marinara (vegan meatballs in marinara sauce) will be followed by a moreish chocolate 'cheezecake' with caramel 'Nice-cream' & pecan chia crunch. Plus, there's prosecco too.
Tickets are available online and are £19.50 for members and £26 for non-members, plus booking fees.
The Portsmouth Food Writing Supper Club will be held in the Portsmouth Central Library's Menuhin Theatre on Guildhall Square. The event will run from 6:30pm till 8:30pm.
If you think the Portsmouth Writers' Hub is your kind of scene, get in touch with the hub's coordinator Tessa Ditner at firstname.lastname@example.org and chat to her about becoming a member. Or, look into the joint yearly membership with New Writing South for savings on your membership and even more writing activities.