Dine Under The Stars For An Evening of Taste, Entertainment and Art at The Last Supper

Eat, Sydney / 18 September 2018

Snake charmers, tango dancers, a pop-up dinner under the stars. Kensington Street hosts the ultimate Fringe closing party with The Last Supper.

Sydney Fringe Festival has been wowing attendees with its boundary pushing artistic performances, staged across some of Sydney’s most dynamic venues this month. Now, they plan on going out with a bang with details of the official closing party revealed. Head to Chippendale’s beloved Kensington Street come Sunday 30th September from 5pm for a multi-sensory experience to remember, with The Last Supper.
This special one-day event sees everything from fire performances to snake charmers, rain dancers and tango performers providing an action-packed evening for all. It’s set to provide the perfect backdrop to Kensington Street’s decadent pop-up feast.
With two sittings available at 5:00pm and 7:30pm, your $60 ticket includes a specially curated three-course meal with a side of wild entertainment. Be warned though, tickets to The Last Supper are strictly limited to only 13 disciples per table, so you’ll want to get in quick! Hosted across long tables under the stars, the likes of Olio, Eastside, MekongBistrot Gavroche and KOI Dessert Bar will all be showcasing their signature dishes.
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If you miss out on a seat at the long table, Spice Alley will also serving up their beloved street food throughout the night. Grab some dumplings from Shanghai Dumpling Bar, an aromatic stir fry from Bang Luck Thai, a comforting bowl of ramen from KYO-TO or Singaporean chilli prawns from Ginger & Spice before heading to Gin Lane for cocktails or Handpicked Wines for a celebratory tipple or wine flight!
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Feeding into the frivolity of the evening is also a ‘wild’ dress code! Punters are strongly encouraged to get into theme, so be sure to don your most wild attire.
To secure your tickets to The Last Supper, click here.
For more information on Sydney Fringe Festival’s closing ceremony at Kensington Street, click here.