A huge thank you to all who attended Kamal's talk on Tuesday night.
Defending my gay friendliness, as I have had to do quite a few times this week, feels strange. It feels like defending the fact that I sleep at night, or that I eat. I have always believed that all of my friends gay or straight should have the same rights in every single aspect of their lives.
When people are asking please do let them know The Cake Café is an entirely separate business to Daintree with entirely separate views.
“in a country as divided as Lebanon, nothing can bring people together as much as the land and food.”
Kamal Mouzawak founded the first Framers market in Beirut to help unite the city's communities, he has since set up Tawlet a kitchen where a different producer or cook prepares a traditional meal from their region every day. Expanding activities from the marketplace to the table.
Kamal will give talk about his life and work in Beirut on
Tuesday the 8th of October at 7 o'clock
Canapés and sweet treats provided by The Cake Café and Sheridans Cheese Mongers as well as a serving of wine
The Fringe Lab
Sycamore Building, Sycamore Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Tickets cost 25.00 and the money goes to fund Kamal's projects back in Beirut
email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
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