A Bus, a Book & a Bite

The Palace of Angels: A Middle Eastern Feast

The Palace of Angels: A Middle Eastern Feast Mon 24 Feb 6pm UWA Mon 24 Feb 6pm UWA $134 - $149
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Mon 24 Feb 6pm at UWA, from $134 - $149

Chase the blues away by transporting yourself into the world of books. Join our mobile book club as it motors across the city for a literary discussion that ends with a strong bite. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

Join us as we journey to Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and Palestine with author Mohammad Massoud Morsi and host Melinda Tognini.

Here’s what you will need:

This session is inspired by the book The Palace of Angels by Mohammed Massoud Morsi

Please note: Ticket includes bus ride and meal by Chef Riki Kaspi of The Cooking Professor
You can purchase the book here

(subject to change)

Babaganush Smoky Eggplant
Riki’s Israeli Humus
Roasted Cauliflower in Ras el hanut
Roasted Capsicum with herbs
Pita bread with Za’atar
Moroccan Chicken Tajine - Olives, apricot & chickpeas
Lamb Kofta - Yoghurt & pomegranate molasses
Mujadara Rice & Lentils
Spicy Moroccan Harissa & Yoghurt Condiment
Strawberry mousse with orange blossom
Mint Tea with sesame biscuits

Mohammed Massoud Morsi is an Egyptian-Danish-Australian photographer, journalist and writer. His work has been published in all three of his traditional languages. Morsi has a talent for reaching to the heart of existence in a complex world and looks to important questions, finding that which is quintessentially human within much broader struggles. His work is enriched by his photographer’s eye for detail and a passion for speaking out for those suppressed.

Time & Location

Mon 24 Feb 6pm

UWA, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley


3 hours


    • Adult: $149
    • Concession: $142
    • Friend: $134
  • Limited capacity for wheelchairs
Please note

For allergy information please contact boxoffice@perthfestival.com.au


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