Amplify + Google tap into passion points to cook up culinary conversation…
Curiosity Rooms made the everyday more extraordinary, with 36 events programmed over five weeks in the centre of London – and there was one passion point that we truly tapped into during this time: food.
Our community-driven supper club, hosted by Grace Dent, brought seven top chefs from all corners of the capital, under one roof, including Josh Katz (Berber & Q, Hoxton), Meriel Armitage (Club Mexicana, Seven Dials) and Pip Lacey (Hicce, Camden). Grace turned our supper club into a conversation with each chef sharing their story and their own unique take on each dish. Having sold out of tickets for this event in 30 seconds, we ran the evening a second time.
A partnership with Jessie Ware’s ‘Table Manners’ was further designed to tap into one of the world’s most popular foodie podcasts to give guests the opportunity to see a live recording of the show. She interviewed comedian John Bishop on site, focusing on food, family, and the beautiful art of having a chat.
Various food and drink concessions were also housed within Curiosity Rooms, designed to bring the best of London’s local neighbourhoods to one central location. Coffee partners including Perky Blenders, Flotsam & Jetsam and Old Spike. Tea for the Pixeldilly Tea Company supplied by London’s Joe’s Tea Co.
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