West Travel Club
Enjoy for a fabulous and exclusive intimate evening with Stephen Scourfield and the Travel Team who will lead guests on a unique literary, musical and culinary journey.
Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield will bring together stories from around the world … and with each story will come a dish with cultural significance to the tale.
This is his world on a plate.
And the regions and courses? Well, at this stage they are an exciting secret — Chef Costa Simatos is busy researching and making a unique menu, with special dishes reflecting local cuisines.
They will be tied together by an intriguing narrative, which Stephen will perform on the evening. He is also working with Steve Richter who is composing and compiling and will perform music with each story.
It will be an extraordinary evening – and definitely one not to miss.
Save $30 off your ticket
Become a Gold Member of West Travel Club and enjoy a discount of $30 off the price of your ticket plus access to Gold Member Benefits, a privilege program providing easy access to competitions, events and special offers on products and services. Gold Membership is $50 - Book the dinner for two people and save $60 on the evening. Join today!
The Club Restaurant, The University Club of Western Australia
Hackett Entrance #1, Hackett Drive
Crawley WA 6009
Evenings and Weekends
Car parking is free of charge after 5.00pm on weekdays, and all day on weekends in all university car parks.
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