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A Live Stream with Jay Rayner

Friday 4th September 2020 7:15pm

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September 4, 2020 7:15pm

A Live Stream with Jay Rayner

Ticket Only £10.00, Book and Ticket £15.00

Princess Alexandra Auditorium

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Ticket ONLY

https://fane.vhx.tv/checkout/a-live-stream-with-jay-rayner-4-sep-19-15-uk?campaign=yarm

Book and Ticket

https://tickets.artist-tix.com/tickets/series/JayRayner/jay-rayner-263217?startDate=09-04-2020

 

 

Fane Onlineis a curated series of broadcast-quality live-streamed events, giving you the chance to watch exclusive shows with celebrated authors, actors and podcasters, all from the comfort of your own home.

We are partnering with some of the country’s top regional theatres and independent bookshops, and are pleased to be able to offer two ticket packages. The ‘book and ticket’ package includes a unique ticket for the live stream, and a SIGNED copy of ‘My Last Supper, One Meal a Lifetime in the Making’ worth £9.99, deliverable to any UK address. The standard ‘ticket’ package consists of a unique ticket for the live stream only.

The event will initially be broadcast on 4 September at 19:15 UK time. It will be available to view up to 48 hours after the event has ended and can be accessed Worldwide.

If you have any questions, please emailfaneonline@fane.co.uk 

Join award-winning restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and Kitchen Cabinet presenter Jay Rayner for a special one-off  ‘in conversation’ to mark the paperback publication of his hit bookMy Last Supper, One Meal A Lifetime In The Making, streamed live from London’s Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel. He’ll be grilled to a turn by his Guardian restaurant reviewing colleague and co-MasterChef judge the marvellous Grace Dent.  They’ll discuss Jay’s raucous life in food, he’ll tell outrageous stories from his career in journalism, and explain what inspired him to set out across the world to find the dishes for his last meal on earth despite – he hopes – being a long way from the grave. They’ll also talk about the impact of the current crisis on the restaurant sector.

Praise for ‘My Last Supper, One Meal A  Lifetime In the Making’

‘Hilarious, informative, enlightening, instructive… it’s the funniest book I’ve read all year.’Chris Evans.

‘Witty, wise and obviously, delicious.’The Guardian

‘A raucous, joyous celebration of life.’The Irish Times.

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