Eat it Up: Food Talks with Evan Hennessey, September 29

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Eat it Up: Food Talks with Evan Hennessey
Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Bow Street, Portsmouth, NH
Monday, September 29, 2014
7:30pm

Eat It Up: Food Talks! will be taking stage for the third talk in its Chef Series at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, this time with Evan Hennessey of Stages at One Washington and Flavor Concepts.

The goal of the series is to provide the Seacoast community with a view into local and national food culture with a focus on sustainability, artistry, and innovation. Eat It Up aims to provide a space for food enthusiasts and professionals to have a dialogue with some of the drivers of our local food culture. Hennessey will present a food-focused talk and talk-back on topics of his choosing, with discussion moderated by host Brian Kelly.

Seacoast Repertory Theater and Eat It Up will donate a portion of all ticket sales to The Chefs Collaborative’s Culinary Sponsorship Program, a non-profit network of chefs dedicated to changing the sustainable food landscape using the power of connections, education and responsible buying decisions.

There will be a reception at 6:30pm for VIP ticketholders which include an exclusive meet and greet and hor d’oeuvres catered by Chef Evan Hennessey with ingredients provided by Dole & Bailey, and a beer pairing generously donated by Smuttynose Brewery.

VIP tickets are $40 and also include priority seating. General Admission tickets are $12 and include the Smuttynose pairing as well. All Industry Workers who provide proof of employment in the industry or an “industry ticket” will be allowed to name their price for tickets. Industry tickets are available day of show only and are subject to availability. VIP Tickets are limited to 60, seating is limited and due to high demand, advance purchase is recommended.

For more information: www.seacoastrep.org

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