Wednesday, September 11, 2013

[Listing] Kanchi Dine in the Dark at Waterford Harvest Festival

Kanchi "Dine in the Dark" is a pop-up restaurant with a difference coming to the Waterford Harvest Festival this weekend (September 12th-15th). Guided by a team of visually impaired hosts, guests will enjoy a truly unique dining experience as they sample food prepared by local chefs, while immersed in complete darkness. 

Social enterprise Kanchi work to transform how people think about disability through unique experiences and events. Nikki Hegarty of Kanchi explained the concept behind this event, "We have created Kanchi Dine in the Dark as a way to enable guests to experience how, by removing one sense, others can be altered and heightened, encouraging them to value different abilities. How we communicate is also impacted when we are alone in the dark, making the social side of the experience unlike any other."

Kanchi Dine in the Dark takes place at the Harvest Festival from September 12th - 15th, in the Medieval Museum. The cost is €15 per person, including a selection of "taster" plates. Each session will last one hour. Pre-booking is available on the festival website and is strongly advised owing to the limited capacity of this event. 

Please email nicola@kanchi.org to make a corporate booking.

‘Kanchi Dine in the Dark” is a pop-up restaurant with a difference coming to the Waterford Harvest Festival this weekend. Guided by a team of visually impaired hosts, guests will enjoy a truly unique dining experience as they sample food prepared by local chefs, whilst immersed in complete darkness. - See more at: http://www.kanchi.org/blog/kanchi-dine-in-the-dark-at-this-years-waterford-harvest-festival/#sthash.62G2cTrv.dpuf
Social enterprise, Kanchi work to transform how people think about disability through unique experiences and events. Nikki Hegarty of Kanchi explained the concept behind this event, “We have created Kanchi Dine in the Dark, as a way to enable guests to experience how, by removing one sense, others can be altered and heightened, encouraging them to value different abilities. How we communicate is also impacted when we are in the dark, making the social side of the experience unlike any other”.

Kanchi Dine in the Dark takes place at the Harvest Festival from 12th – 15th September, in the Medieval Museum. The cost is €15 per person, including a selection of ‘taster’ plates. Each session lasts one hour. Pre-booking is available on the Festival website and is strongly advised owing to the limited capacity of this event.
Please contact Nicola@kanchi.org to make a corporate booking, we hope to see you there!
- See more at: http://www.kanchi.org/blog/kanchi-dine-in-the-dark-at-this-years-waterford-harvest-festival/#sthash.62G2cTrv.dpuf
Social enterprise, Kanchi work to transform how people think about disability through unique experiences and events. Nikki Hegarty of Kanchi explained the concept behind this event, “We have created Kanchi Dine in the Dark, as a way to enable guests to experience how, by removing one sense, others can be altered and heightened, encouraging them to value different abilities. How we communicate is also impacted when we are in the dark, making the social side of the experience unlike any other”.

Kanchi Dine in the Dark takes place at the Harvest Festival from 12th – 15th September, in the Medieval Museum. The cost is €15 per person, including a selection of ‘taster’ plates. Each session lasts one hour. Pre-booking is available on the Festival website and is strongly advised owing to the limited capacity of this event.
Please contact Nicola@kanchi.org to make a corporate booking, we hope to see you there!
- See more at: http://www.kanchi.org/blog/kanchi-dine-in-the-dark-at-this-years-waterford-harvest-festival/#sthash.62G2cTrv.dpuf
Social enterprise, Kanchi work to transform how people think about disability through unique experiences and events. Nikki Hegarty of Kanchi explained the concept behind this event, “We have created Kanchi Dine in the Dark, as a way to enable guests to experience how, by removing one sense, others can be altered and heightened, encouraging them to value different abilities. How we communicate is also impacted when we are in the dark, making the social side of the experience unlike any other”.

Kanchi Dine in the Dark takes place at the Harvest Festival from 12th – 15th September, in the Medieval Museum. The cost is €15 per person, including a selection of ‘taster’ plates. Each session lasts one hour. Pre-booking is available on the Festival website and is strongly advised owing to the limited capacity of this event.
Please contact Nicola@kanchi.org to make a corporate booking, we hope to see you there!
- See more at: http://www.kanchi.org/blog/kanchi-dine-in-the-dark-at-this-years-waterford-harvest-festival/#sthash.62G2cTrv.dpuf

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