The Queen's Feast: A Last Supper for All the Senses
Town Hall is transforming into a debauched mess hall for this four-course feast, with food from the likes of Sarah Tiong and Anna Polyivou.
A debaucherous long-table feast that'd even impress the Queen of Hearts is taking over Sydney Town Hall this winter. Fittingly called The Queen's Feast, the event will see a meal by some of the city's top chefs paired with live music, art, performance and an 'unexpected surprise or two' — all set to the theme of a twisted, dark last supper.
Dessert royalty Anna Polyviou, MasterChef Australia's Sarah Tiong, Claire Van Vuuren from Bloodwood and Bart Jr's George Woodyard are preparing the four-course meal, which'll be served up alongside wine by Hunter Valley's Lisa McGuigan. The exact nature of the performance, art and music is still under wraps for now, but you can expect it to be big, bold and breathtaking. Heaps Gay Creator and Sydney Mardi Gras Creative Director Kat Dopper is looking after the whole shebang, while DJ duo Stereogamous, who describe themselves as 'the gayest band since The Village People', is overseeing the tunes.
You can pick from two sittings (1–4pm and 7–10pm), and donning a twisted, dark fancy dress outfit — think black, lace and lots of leather — is encouraged.