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19th May 2011
The Big Feastival add The Cuban Brothers, Saint Saviour, Guilty Pleasures and more

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Trinity has been added to the list of restaurants

The Big Feastival brings together delicious food and fabulous live music all in one place, over one fantastic weekend...and best of all, it’s for charity!

The Big Feastival is pleased to announce that Saint Saviour, who can count the likes of Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant and Hurts amongst her fans will be playing on Friday July 1st. Already known to many as the vocalist on Groove Armada’s recent ‘Black Light’ long player, Saint Saviour’s astonishing vocal abilities backed with dramatic synthscapes have made her one of the most compelling talents to have emerged onto the music scene in recent times.

More new music comes from Trophy Wife who will be joining The Charlatans, Mystery Jets and Kurran and the Wolfnotes on Saturday July 2nd. One of the hottest bands around, Trophy Wife’s innovative guitar driven dance chops have been garnering the sort of high praise from those in the know that sets them apart from a mere flavour of the month buzz band.

Sunday 3rd July’s line-up continues to expand with the addition of maverick club night Guilty Pleasures. Unashamedly revelling in the purity of pop, Guilty Pleasures’ DJs celebrate the music that you’re not supposed to like but secretly do, from Dolly Parton and Hall & Oates to Toto and ELO it’s 100% sing-a-long joyous fun. The mighty Los Hermanos Cubanos - The Cuban Brothers - are also coming on-board to wow the crowds on Sunday.  Famed for high-octane funk mixed with jaw-dropping b-boy exploits and tongue in cheek banter, The Cuban Brothers are guaranteed to keep the party at boiling point.

The Big Feastival have also confirmed that one of Clapham’s finest eateries, Trinity, will be making the short journey to the common to join the likes of Locanda Locatelli, The Providores, Wahaca and Cafe Spice Namaste in presenting their take on the finest festival food.

For the first time ever, London’s best restaurants and bars are coming together at The Big Feastival to offer One Big Menu from their pop-up kitchens. Featuring amazing festival dishes created by some of the world’s leading chefs, there will be  mouth-watering treats from One Big Menu with a Twitter party, One Big Tweet, at 5pm on Wednesday 25th May. The chefs, including Thomasina Miers, Peter Gordon, Jonathan Downey, Theo Randall, Cyrus Todiwala, Cass Titcombe and Jamie Oliver, will be on Twitter using the hashtag #thebigfeastival to announce their dishes to the public and they’ll be staying online until 5.30pm to answer any cooking questions you have.  

The Big Feastival’s Big Kitchen will play host to an array of top chefs who will be presenting master classes and demonstrations to give us all a helping hand in the kitchen, including Rachel Allen, whose TV shows ‘Rachel’s Favourite Food For Living’ and ‘Rachel Allen: Home Cooking’, alongside the accompanying bestselling books have made her a household favourite.

Glamour food editor, regular guest chef for ITV’s Daily Cooks Challenge and author, Jo Pratt, will be performing an exclusive baking demonstration to ensure our soufflés rise and cupcakes taste fabulous.

Plus there will be appearances from, Providores’ Peter Gordon, Benares’ Atul Kochhar, Theo Randall, whose restaurant at The InterContinental won 'Italian Restaurant of the Year', Market Kitchen: Big Adventure presenter Matt Tebbutt, former Claridge’s head chef Mark Sargeant, Michael Caines, executive chef of Gidleigh Park which was recently voted #1 restaurant in the Sunday Times’ Top 100 restaurants; Gennaro Contaldo, who famously taught Jamie Oliver all about Italian cooking and Sophie Grigson, who will present a spices master class.

Early Bird tickets cost £35 for Music + Festival Entertainment, Adults (18+) for Standard 3 ‘Dishes’ is £65 for Music + Festival Entertainment + Food (3 Feastival ‘Dishes’), Adults (18+) Standard 5 ‘Dishes’ Ticket costs £75 for Music + Festival Entertainment + Food (5 Feastival ‘Dishes’). VIP Tickets (18+) are £125 for Music + festival entertainment + 5 Feastival Dishes + VIP bar by Giant Robot with unlimited beer wine and soft drinks + non-stop fantastic food. A family ticket(2 adults, 2 children 12-17) costs £175 for Music + Festival Entertainment + Food (A family receives 16 Dishes between them)
Child Tickets (Aged 12-17) are £25 for Music + Festival Entertainment + Food (3 Dishes), Child Tickets (Aged 11 And Under)are Free Entry!
A 'Dish' entitles you to a free meal at one of the onsite restaurants. 24 chefs and restaurants are participating in this exciting fundraising event.  Each restaurant will have their own pop-up kitchen to provide a signature dish.

The Big Feastival - Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd JULY 2011 - Clapham Common, London
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