Hot Spot: Walsh Bay Arts Table

28 October 2015 | 3:26 pm | Sam Wall

You had best brush off your evening wear because one of Sydney's most spectacular annual dining experiences, Walsh Bay Arts Table, turns six on 10 Nov. Up to 400 guests will join each other at a single impressively long table to enjoy a five-course al fresco degustation dinner set against the exquisite Walsh Bay backdrop. Each dish will be crafted by a selection of Sydney's most talented chefs and paired with perfectly matched wine.

The dinner celebrates Walsh Bay's community spirit and all proceeds are being donated to the development of arts and cultural activities of Gondwana Choirs. Gondwana Choirs, the leader in choral performance for talented young Australians, will round out the experience with a series of performances from, among others, the Sydney Children's Choir and Gondwana Indigenous Children's Choir. Diners will also be given the opportunity to explore the 18th century square-rigged ship HMB Endeavour, an Australian-built replica of James Cook's vessel, which will act as a stage for one of the evening's acts.

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