KinoVino creates unique dinning experiences interlacing food and culture. Offering bespoke private events, unforgettable cinema-supper club gatherings and original food popups, your encounter with KinoVino events will always be surprising, enriching and utterly delightful. Journey with us into the world where food, film and story-telling merge, to discover new cinema cultures and eating rituals, intoxicating scents and flavours, and meet like-minded travellers to share these experiences with. Explore the schedule for our monthly KinoVino cinema-supper club, take a peek at the programme of popups and why not inquire about a bespoke private event just for yourself.
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a charity evening in memory of Mehmet Aksoy
15 March 2018
Institute of Light, London Fields
It is a real honour to raise funds for the brilliant initiative #CookForSYRIA with this special edition of KinoVino in Mehmet’s memory. With this event, we’d like to give you a more intimate glimpse into the lives of ordinary people in Syria with a screening of I Want to Live, a beautiful and moving documentary, and offer you a chance to savour the flavours of the region, to celebrate the vibrate and resilient food culture, where the act of sharing food and communal eating is the act of living! We will bring together some of UK’s most remarkable chefs who, marrying Kurdish, Syrian and Middle Eastern cuisines, will each create a dish for our feast.
While in Syria, Mehmet wrote: “If only I could embrace all the children in this world and say like the sweet taste of candy – I’ve brought you a world without war.” We hope that with this event we will take a step closer to making his dream a reality.
All profits from the event will go to #CookForSYRIA via Unicef’s NextGeneration and REBUILD, both charities dedicated to the protection of children in the conflict zone.