On 1 & 8 August and 5 & 12 September, a London community group or campaign organisation assembles in the Pavilion at 1pm to share recipes for creating meaningful social change in the city. Building on the Radical Kitchen programme launched in 2017, this third season deepens our connections through food.
The invited groups meet with visitors over a picnic to discuss the ways in which they create sustainable projects and campaigns in their communities. Themes of care, solidarity and resilience run throughout the work of the groups, who tackle issues as diverse as food poverty, migration and community empowerment.
Groups include Micro-Rainbow, Portman Early Childhood Centre and other social enterprises and community organisations. The programme will also feature artists Ain Bailey and Adelita Husni-Bey who will be sharing the work they have been developing with community organisations over the last two years.