“But I don't want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can't help that," said the Cat: "we're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad."
Let’s all get a little mad for a day.
Take an immersive trip down a “rabbit hole” at this Alice in Wonderland-based pop-up experience created by ProДukt (formerly Russian Revels) within the framework of the exhibition, Geometry of Nonsense.
You can expect a fanciful setting, eccentric encounters, unexpected nibbles.
You will have a seat at a Wonderland table to enjoy your bizarre meal…
Your experience will be much more “MUCHIER” than you imagined.
After all, anything can happen in Wonderland... Are you not a little bit curious?
A Canapé reception with a welcome drink and an experiential
dinner with a few surprises. Red and white 'potion' will be served with a meal...
Menu to include:
* Mock Turtle Soup (V)
* “Down the Rabbit Hole”
(Confiletas filled with “magic mushroom julienne” on a “green meadow")
* Wonderland “curious” Parcel
Slow cooked beef and barley casserole served in a surprise package
And to finish off a little surprise from the Mad Hatter….
Attire: wherever imagination takes you...
About the creators:
From cosy suppers in theme with classic Russian literature to magnificent dinners with live music and theatre productions, Russian Revels is an exploration of Russian culture and cuisine in the 21st century.
Humour and fun are an integral and delicious element of the events!
Besides, food has never fed the belly alone…
Through the course of the years Russian Revels teamed up with many companies such as Bourne & Hollingsworth, a highly acclaimed creative lifestyle company with strong event brands. RR took part at V&A Lates creating a Soviet rain journey immersive experience
RA Lates invited us to design a communal dining experience Canteen N57 within the framework of the Revolution exhibition and many more…
RR is discussing its involvement in Tate Modern in autumn within the framework of The Red Star Over Russia exhibition.
Watch Russian Revels at the V&A: "The Mysterious Russian Soul - Trains."
Who is behind Russian Revels:
Russian Revels are a duo of Karina Baldry, a Muscovite by birth and an author of ‘Russia on a Plate’, and Katrina Kollegaeva, a Food Anthropologist and a blogger with roots in Soviet Estonia. In January 2012 they joined forces with a modest aim to revolutionise the image of Eastern-European food, determined to show that Russian food can be light, luscious and chic.