A festival of colour at the City’s Cinnamon Kitchen

Back for its fourth year running, House of HOLI makes its return to Cinnamon Kitchen in Devonshire Square from Monday 26 February-Saturday 10 March 2018. Don your protective white suit and step into the madness at the House of HOLI for thirty minutes of paint-pelting friends, family and colleagues to mark the Indian festival of colour.

The fun takes place in a purpose-built party pod outside Cinnamon Kitchen, Vivek Singh’s modern-Indian restaurant. And no Indian celebration would be complete without a feast of delicious dishes.

Cinnamon Kitchen will be serving up a five-course #HouseofHOLI menu to enjoy after a round of paint-throwing. Priced at £35 per person (Monday-Friday, including a Play Holi session), dishes may include:

Golguppa (v) (g) tangy potato in semolina shell, yoghurt and tamarind Chicken Papdi Chaat (g) tandoori chicken chaat on wheat crisp with coriander chutney Lamb Shammi Kebab tender ground lamb kebab with smoked paprika raita Carrot & Ginger Meetha (g) carrot & ginger toffee pudding, caramel sauce; Hot Gulab Jamun (g) caramelised milk dumpling.

A pop-up bar on the terrace will also be serving an array of vivid HOLI cocktails that may include: Holika Fire – £10.50, Neela Heera – £10.50, and Bhaang Lassi – £10.50.

Tickets are priced at £12 per person, or there are packages you can purchase that include authentic Holi bites and either a signature Holi cocktail or a mocktail. The whole pod can be hired for groups of up to 30 for £400, which will include arrival drinks and nibbles. Tickets can be purchased via Design My Night: http://bit.ly/PlayHOLI

Holi itself officially takes place on 1 March, announcing the arrival of spring and passing of winter.

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