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Hosted by Nonna Collective in collaboration with On Purpose.

8 September 2017, at 7pm (£20 per person) book in advanced here.


Bringing back a sense of belonging and community through the most traditional activities, "cooking together".

Nonna Collective, in collaboration with On Purpose & Rochester Square, is pleased to invite you to take part of an evening of cooking and eating together on Friday 8th of September at Rochester Square, in the center of Camden. 

Imagine you had an ITALIAN GRANDMOTHER in town and that you could spend a fun night in her kitchen learning how to make TORTELLINI, drinking wine, and getting to know other people. This will happen around a communal table and YOU'LL BE MAKING your OWN TORTELLINI with the help of an authentic chef from Romagna (the land of tortellini) and two passionate Italian assistants.

A great SELECTION OF ITALIAN WINE will come along while you'll enjoy meeting NEW PEOPLE and SHARING THIS EXPERIENCE.

Places are limited so please get in quickly and book your ticket:

Log in but don't get confused: choose the "Tortellino Project"

Afterwards, we will go together to The RACKETEER to dance off dinner to Disco and Tropical tunes carefully selected by Mr.Assin (Beats From Beneath).

Price (£20) will include the workshop, dinner, and after party.

--> Products and wine will be sourced from small producers in Italy to support the great effort of delivering high quality products, of having sustainable values at heart, and keeping traditions alive!

On Purpose Feastival will be organizing a festival on September 8 in which a series of dinners will be hosted across London. Each dinner will invite you to join a conversation about a specific social issue and explore a different way to eat responsibly. From handmade street food to an organic singles night, there’s something for everyone.

Afterwards, you are welcome to join the Festival at The Racketeer to dance off dinner and continue the conversation (all dinner tickets include free entry into the after party). The dresscode is Wear a conversation starter, so put on that hat you bought whilst travelling, wear that t-shirt you tie-dyed as a teenager or simply come ready to make new friends and learn more about old ones.

francesca anfossi