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Around The Table with Janusz Domagala, Marie Mitchell, Tina Horvath, and Carolynn Bain

Around The Table with Janusz Domagala, Marie Mitchell, Tina Horvath, and Carolynn Bain

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Love food writing, craving cooking inspiration or desperate to meet Brighton's stand-out Great British Bake Off star? Join us for a mouthwatering journey through culture and cuisine – including recipe tasting! – with Bake Off contestant Janusz Domagala, Caribbean supper club pioneer Marie Mitchell and chef owner of CanTina  Tina Horvath, hosted by Afrori bookshop's Carolynn Bain.

Sunday 23 June | 3pm - 5pm 
Brighton University City Campus, 58-67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY 

Janusz Domagala became the instant stand-out star on 2022's Great British Bake Off when he rightfully declared himself the "Star Caker in the Bake week" in episode one. Having moved to the UK from Poland 11 years ago, Janusz not only achieved his dream of appearing on the show but also went through to the semi-finals and his popularity with the British (and international) public has only grown along with this journey. A keen LGBTQIA+ activist, Janusz was named Gaydio's LGBTQ+ champion of the year 2023 and is a regular at British Pride events. He lives in Brighton with his partner and their sausage dog, Nigel.

Marie Mitchell is the chef and co-founder of Island Social Club, a sell-out Caribbean supper club aimed at filling the void left by the erosion of London’s once thriving Caribbean social scene. A deeply fussy eater as a child, she can nowadays often be found cooking, talking or writing about food. Based in east London, she believes that the best conversations are to be had at the dinner table, and she is an advocate for social inclusivity, sustainability, and creating spaces for self-care and mental health awareness.

Tina Horvath is chef owner of Cantina Brighton, a catering business specialising in small bespoke events. She started her business in Brighton in 2011 by opening the doors of her home and creating one of Brighton’s first and longest running supper club. Born in Scotland she has lived across multiple counties in the UK and been influenced by food from around the country

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