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The future of food - what's in store for us?

12th March 2020

Table Talks is a talk and dine supperclub series featuring 4 ladies discussing their work and presenting one topic of discussion for each course. The events are open to all genders and won't necessarily discuss female issues but mostly general topics of current interest. We just want to put forward some amazing ladies to lead these talks!


4 course meal + a welcome cocktail

Wine will be available to purchase on the night

This event's theme is more of a question: The future of food - what's in store for us? This is pretty big question that we ask ourselves each year. Some trends we've seen happening in recent years are the rise of veganism and flexitarian diets, street food, non-alcoholic drinks, food markets, superfoods and many more. What do you think we will see appear this year, in the next 5 years and even the next 10 years?! Come along to discuss & find out!

We are partnering with a funky space: Make Town in Hackney (a few mins walk from Hackney Central Overground). This lovely space is a textiles & craft studio and most importantly "a central hive of buzzing creativity, focused on inspiring and guiding you through your personal journey of making."

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Make Town

@ Corner Morning Lane + Chatham Place
London, E9 6LL



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Our speakers

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Hannah Smith is a UX designer as well as a zero waste and sustainability enthusiast. She will be discussing how we could look to Britain's wartime past to solve our future food issues.

Instagram: @halizsmi

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Hannah Thomas is the mind behind Herbs & Wild, focusing on herby, foraged, fermented and flavourful ingredients (mostly British too). She will be talking about the art of preserving, foraging in the UK, and what trends she thinks will disappear or appear.

Instagram: @herbsandwild

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Inês Neto dos Santos is a multi-disciplinary artist, born in Lisbon (1992) and based in London – where she completed an MA in Visual Communication at Royal College of Art (2016) and a BA in Graphic and Media Design and Illustration at London College of Communication (2013). Her practice stands between performance and installation, using food, people and spaces as metaphors and prompts for discussion and conversation. She will be talking about how her work focuses on ideas around sustainability, narrative, collaboration and togetherness.

Instagram: @inesns

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Maud de Rohan Willner is the founder of Salty Studio and she will lead a mini food meditation session during the evening to take our minds back to our bodies and focus on the present moment. This food meditation session will help us focus on what is in front of us and the physical reality.

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