Food for ThoughtEvent type: Workshop Part of: Young at Arts
Tue 30 May, 4:00pm
Venue: Armley Junk-tion Café
Chapel Lane, Leeds, LS12 2DJ
Presented by: Young at Arts
0113 243 8765
a new project exploring food & memory with The Real Junk Food Project, for adults aged 55+
Five FREE workshops on the last Tuesday of every month
February – June 2017
4.00pm – 6.30pm
Only 10 places are available for each workshop; please book in advance by calling 0113 243 8765
We are looking for people aged 55+ to share their experiences and memories of cooking. We want to hear about your favourite meal, the dish you cook the best and your worst family dinner experience. Can you make someone love you by cooking for them?
During the workshops we will eat our way through your memories with a specially prepared meal!
Poet Christian Watson will host the evening and afterwards the stories and recipes will be put together as a book, exhibition and performance.
If transport is a problem, we can help organise and pay for you to get here.
To talk about that or to discuss your access needs, let us know…
call April Skipp on 0113 259 5702
or e-mail email@example.com
Young at Arts is a two-year project, part of Time to Shine, a six-year programme delivered by Leeds Older People’s Forum and funded through Big Lottery Fund Ageing Better.
Time To Shine takes a city-wide approach to addressing the social isolation of older people. The LEAF partnership’s Young at Arts is creating social opportunities through culture and the arts.
Christian Watson is a writer and performer currently living in Bradford. He has performed his poetry at festivals across the UK and was the 2010 Canterbury Literary Festival Slam Champion. Christian is currently the English programme co-ordinator for Pipeline Productions, an alternative education provision for disengaged teenagers based in Bradford.Back to all eventsBack to Young at Arts