Travel Story Don't miss out on Africa!

Villagers in a Masai village.
Picture: Stephen Scourfield The West Australian

There are only a few tickets left for An Evening in Africa - don't miss your chance to get a taste of an extraordinary place.

Tickets are selling fast to An Evening in Africa which promises to take guests to the heart of a special continent through music, fine food and the spoken word.

“It’s going to be an unusual evening,” says Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield.

“Chef Costa Simatos’ menu is brilliant. From entree tasting plates to the main course and dessert, he’s truly caught the taste of Africa. There are some real tricks there – from a man who knows African cuisine and was executive chef at a five-star hotel in South Africa.

“The tasting plates have a real mix of authentic treats.”

There will also be a premiere performance of “Africa, the Luminous Continent,” written and performed by Scourfield and composer/musician Steve Richter. There will also be a drumming session, with our guests each lent a drum.

And the evening will be informative, too, with Stephen’s information session on planning and travelling in Africa. 

The cost is $115 per person and includes a welcome drink, all wines and beer, three-course meal, informative presentation, performance and music.

Stephen Scourfield explains what's in store at An Evening in Africa. Duration: 06m48s
Africa is such a musical continent as Stephen Scourfield demonstrates with Matt Layton Duration: 12m 46s

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