SATURDAY 9TH DECEMBER, 7.30 - 9.30PM
CHOPPING CHILLIES - A MYSTICAL TALE OF LOVE, LOSS AND SOUL FOOD.
This December, Reva Yoga is hosting a special evening of Indian culture to raise money for a developing school in Nepal.
Clair Whitefield, writer and performer, is bringing her hilarious Chopping Chillies tale to the studio for a night of laughter and love. Post performance, Nina Deely (Reva Yoga Owner, Yoga Teacher and Chef) will be sharing warming chai and delicious small plates of Indian street food inspired favorites.
All profits will go towards Gavin McCormack's schooling project in Nepal. Gavin is raising money to open a Montessori school in Nepal, offering a safe space for children to learn as well as training women from the community to become teachers. Find out more about his amazing project here.
CHOPPING CHILLIES: A MYSTICAL TALE OF LOSS, LOVE & SOUL-FOOD
A hit at Edinburgh 2016: From Kerala to Camden, an epic, mystical tale of love, loss and soul-food.
A cobbler and a cook concoct a delicious transcontinental enchantment as tragedy and chance entwine. Katie dreams of curries and chapattis; Ajna, of holy souls and reincarnation... A delightful, poetic, magical yarn that conjoins the spirit of India with the heart of London.
Written & Perfomed by Clair Whitefield
Directed by Olivier Award winner (for 'Morecambe') Guy Masterson
★★★★★ "An extraordinary, humbling story of love, family, loss, grief, new beginnings and unexpected friendships. A delicious, appetising, spicy feast of a show!" (EdinburghGuide, 2016)
★★★★★ "the imprint lasts long after the performance ends." (Three Weeks, 2016)