Guest of Honour:
Award-winning actress and director, Doctor Who and Eastenders star
Meal prepared by:
Corinne’s Creative Kitchen
and Chetna Makan
Contestant on this year’s BBC1 The Great British Bake Off
India’s leading and most versatile Kuchipudi dancer
When: Saturday 29th November 2014. Doors Open: 7pm
Where: West Faversham Community Centre, Kent ME13 7RH
Dress Code: Formal
Your ticket will include a welcome drink and a three course meal, entertainment and a chance to hear from our special guest, Louise Jameson.
Our main course will be cooked by Corinne’s Creative Kitchen. Corinne prides herself in producing authentic Asian food using the best quality local ingredients. She has received the Kent Artisan Food Producer Award and guarantees to tantalize taste buds with delicious dishes.
Guest of Honour: Louise Jameson
Doctor Who and Eastenders star Louise Jameson will be giving an after dinner speech. Louise is an award-winning actress and director. She trained at RADA and has performed in Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shew, and King Lear with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Louise is probably best known as Leela companion to Tom Baker’s Doctor in the classic series of Doctor Who (1977-1978). She also had a long run in EastEnders, appearing in over 200 episodes.
We have some other very special guests joining us for the evening:
Contestant from this year’s The Great British Bake Off (BBC1, Wednesdays, 8pm) Chetna will be baking dessert for us. Chetna was born in India. She went to University in Mumbai where she became a fashion designer and started her own clothes label. In 2003, Chetna moved to Kent. Chetna’s creative baking combines her mum’s traditional Indian recipes and flavours with British bakes. She continues to impress Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry on The Great British Bake Off.
India’s leading and most versatile Kuchipudi dancer Arunima Kumar will be performing a display of authenic Indian dance. Arunima has performed at numerous distinguished festivals and venues in over 15 countries, including the Rashtrapati Bhawan (President House, Delhi) and Sydney Opera House. In 2008, she received India’s prestigious ‘Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar’ award, for artists who demonstrate exceptional talent in the field of dance.
Photo of Louise Jameson: Lisa Bowerman