Music & Feast: The Whole Beast – A Progressive Culinary Experience

28 March 2019

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17 April @ Brookfield Place ·
Presented by West Australian Opera ·

“If you’re going to kill the animal it seems only polite to use the whole thing”
~ Fergus Henderson, BME (St John, London)

Deliciously dark and dramatic, indulge your senses as Brookfield Place partners with West Australian Opera to bring you a truly unique progressive culinary experience – The Whole Beast at Brookfield Place.

Taking creative inspiration from Fergus Henderson’s pivotal nose-to-tail tome, The Whole Beast, and the West Australian Opera’s 2019 season of Sweeney Todd, you’re invited to enjoy a progressiveculinary experience through the award winning-venues of Brookfield Place, where each course is expertly accompanied with matching wines and exclusive pre-season performances from West Australian Opera.

For those passionate about nose-to-tail dining, unexpected ingredients and opera, the event will behosted by acclaimed food writer and critic, Max Brearley who will guide guests across five venues at Brookfield Place and through the progressive four course menu where not everything will be – or taste – as it seems.

Offering a truly sensory experience that celebrates food, music, wine and art, the evening includes four courses, matching wines, a cocktail on arrival and the exclusive operatic performances.

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Pictured: The Whole Beast Dinner

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