01 Mar 2020
Cinnamon Kitchen’s iconic powder-paint throwing pop-up is returning to the City for its sixth residency from 4th – 15thMarch with an added burst of colour thanks to Franklin & Sons’ Holi bar.
Franklin & Sons, award-winning premium soft drinks, soda’s, tonics and mixers, will be popping up on the terrace throughout the festival. The space will become a tropical garden bar complete with vibrant blooms, an insta-worthy floral hoop and flower-adorned entrance. Cocktails are Holi-inspired with botanical gin-based serves including the Black Forest Blush and Spiced Lotus, whilst a selection of street-food style small plates will be available from the Chaat Counter.
This year Cinnamon Kitchen are giving back; create your own colourful artwork on canvas in the paint pod, from £5. All proceeds from the paintings and £1 from every Holi menu will be donated to Find Your Feet, helping families in Africa and Asia build a life free from hunger.
Play Holi tickets are priced at £12 per person, or alternatively the House of Holi pod can be privately booked for £250 per session, for up to 25 players. Tickets are available to purchase here: https://www.designmynight.com/london/bars/liverpool-street/cinnamon-kitchen/play-holi-in-the-city-3
And that’s not all, Chef Vivek Singh will be hosting an exclusive Holi Supper Club event with a Holi-inspired feast on 5thMarch and a Holi cookery Masterclass on 14th March. Tickets are £45 for the supper club and £225 for the masterclass.
9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL
T: 020 7626 5000
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For further information please contact Harriet Richards or Brontë Smith at Roche Communications on 020 7436 1111 email@example.com