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Pop-Up Kazbah

An exotic night of mezze casual dining,
accompanied by arabian music with traditional belly dancing performances

Thursday, 16 October, 2014, 7pm-10pm

Huntsham Court Supper Clubs are all about a celebration of fine food, good company and culture. Following the success of our recent formal supper clubs here’s for something a little different. No white tablecloths, no formal eating – welcome to the world of colour, rugs, candles and Arabia. Huntsham Court transformed!

An exotic night of wonderful casual dining accompanied by live music and dance performances by a hugely acclaimed ensemble that were put together especially for one amazing night at Huntsham Court. Lounge with food and drink whilst musicians and dancers promenade before you with exotic flavours to stimulate every sense.


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The Mazaj band played live with wonderful performances throughout the evening by two of the UK’s top and most acclaimed belly dancers: Carmen and Raheesha. Together the musicians and dancers will took us through the world of Arabia with traditional and modern dance and music so we could indulge in a taste of the exotic with the reception rooms of Huntsham Court transformed into a luxurious and decadent Bedouin environment.

Mazaj Band, played a combination of Traditional Art and Folk music from the Middle East, on Oud, Arabic Percussion and Arabic Nay Flute, Egyptian Mizmar & Saxophone. Mazaj have performed nationally and internationally at many events such as Glastonbury Festival UK , WOMAD Festival UK, Bergen Festival in Norway, Bristol Colston Hall, Oxford University, The Namaste Club in Ibiza, Pelmke Zentrum in Hagen, Germany and the Fethiye World Music Festival in Turkey.

Band Members of the Mazaj Band have also recorded for feature films and TV Channels such as Aljazeera, BBC, WDR – Germany and He Who Said No (2012), Tamasha Cultural Institute, Director Ahmad Reza Darvish and Producer Behrooz Paknahad, Iran.

Food & Drink

The Great Hall was transformed into a splendid food souk where you could sample from a selection exotic dishes, dips and mezze to titillate the tastebuds. Food was taken through to the lounge where you could lay on chaises and cushions to watch the performances or just relax with friends in decadent surroundings. The ticket price included a meal.

Coffee? Teas…. Or perhaps some wine or other drinks to accompany your dinner. There was also a pay bar stocked with all manner of tipples.