Sing – or recite a poem – for your supper

Galway restaurant stages literary seafood supper as part of Cúirt festival

Seafood and spoken word . . . Kai Restaurant and Café in Galway is putting on a literary supper

Seafood and spoken word . . . Kai Restaurant and Café in Galway is putting on a literary supper

 

You can’t eat your words, but you can listen to the words of seven writers while eating a seven-course menu inspired by them, at a literary supper in Kai Restaurant and Café in Galway next Tuesday, April 21st. It’s part of the Cúirt festival, and chef Jess Murphy has planned a seafood menu inspired by books and poems chosen by Cúirt director Dani Gill. The works that will feature are The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck; Oysters by Seamus Heaney; To Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper Lee; Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson and Crab by Sharon Olds. There will also be a Walter Macken inspired dish, and a Jane Austin dessert. The supper will begin at 7.30pm and tickets, €75, are available from cuirt.ie

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