After a residency at ARC which left me amongst others with nightmares, Companis have organised a unique dining experience for the carnivores out there. On Friday 5 November at Eastside Projects, they invite you to dine on an array of bone-based dishes. Bones will also be presented to you cleaned, drilled and strung for you to wear home. The night is loosely based on a 70s food experiment Bone Meal by artist Gordon Matta-Clark and has been organised by Companis in association with food designers Blanch & Shock, Juneau Projects and jeweller Elizabeth Short.
Tickets cost just £25. Amazing value for what promises to be a memorable food experience. Tickets and more information available here.