An Evening with Martin Morales

Thursday 8 August | 6–8pm

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Join restaurateur, Chef, author, entrepreneur and arts producer Martin Morales for an insightful talk on his passion for Peruvian culture.

Martin will talk about his experiences travelling the length and breadth of Peru looking for the perfect recipes and techniques and how this passion and knowledge led to the success of his restaurants and cookbooks Ceviche and Andina. Martin will also discuss his enthusiasm for Peruvian art and design, as well as his love of Peruvian music.

Martin Morales is the CEO and founder of Ceviche Family. He is the award winning Peruvian restaurateur, chef, cookbook author, and entrepreneur and arts producer. He was born in Peru but left after his father was threatened by the Shining Path guerrillas and has lived in London for over 20 years. He has been cooking since the age of 9, is a self-taught chef and in 2012 after years of research and training, Martin sold his house and put everything into opening Ceviche Soho.

Martin now runs Ceviche Family which includes Ceviche and Andina’s collection of five boutique award-winning restaurants. He also manages a record label, art gallery, hosts Martin’s Peruvian Kitchen on you YouTube and is a Trustee of Amantani. In the past he worked with Steve Jobs’s Apple as Head of iTunes Pan EU, as Disney’s main music exec in Europe and has helped launch some of the most successful music artists in the world.

Talk: £15 | £12 Students

All tickets include a complimentary drink and exhibition entry

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Numbers are limited for this event, please book early to avoid disappointment. If you have any questions about this event please complete our enquiry form.

The event starts at 6pm with a glass of wine in the Museum foyer and opportunity to view the current exhibition. The talk follows at 6.15pm for 6.20pm in the Fashion Studio and lasts for approximately one hour including an opportunity to ask questions. Ticket includes admission to the exhibition and guests are welcome to view this before or after the talk.

Image credit: Paul Winch-Furness

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