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Movie eat-along with So Chef!

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So Chef! in partnership with the Johannesburg Culinary and Pastry School and the Bioscope present the first eat-along movie experience !

Come watch The hundred-foot journey while food is served by students from the JHB Culinary & Pastry School. They will bring food to the end of the aisles, for the participants to eat and pass along to their neighbours.

You will taste what you see on screen, for a unique and real-time experience !

 

Wednesday October 12th 2016 at The Bioscope, Maboneng
7pm: start of the event

 

Teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEO1TWeM5JU

 

Book your tickets now! https://tickets.tixsa.co.za/event/so-chef

 

More information about So Chef SA: www.sochef.co.za #SoChef

 

 

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