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Back for a second year as part of the London Restaurant Festival, The Big Debate will see a panel of foodies argue the motion ‘there is no such thing as ethnic food’ at Rotunda on Tuesday 11
This year the panel’s antagonists will include The Times’ restaurant critic AA Gill, legendary 1990s’ food critic turned cultural commentator Jonathan Meades, TV cook and one half of the Two Fat
Ladies Clarissa Dickson Wright and writer and broadcaster Hardeep Singh Kohli. They will be pitted against each other in two teams, with TV-and-radio presenter Kirsty Young as chair. After the
debate, spectators will have the chance to put their arguments and questions to the panel.
Tickets for the debate cost £22.50, including drinks and canapés on arrival. For more information or to book tickets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 020 7520 1490.
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