VU Polytechnic charity dinner

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Wednesday 17 October 2018

Enjoy a degustation menu prepared by chefs Ian Curley and Todd Moses and VU Polytechnic cookery and hospitality students.

The inaugural charity dinner is part of a new dining series partnering with industry-renowned chefs and charities.

Hosted at VenU Restaurant, the dinner includes a six-course degustation menu prepared by chefs Ian Curley and Todd Moses (French Saloon and Kirks Wine Bar) and the Polytechnic’s cookery and hospitality students.

All profits from the event are donated to Brodie’s Law Foundation who raise awareness about workplace bullying and deliver prevention programs.


  • Early bird price: $70 per person (until 3 October 2018)
  • General price: $80 per person

Bookings are essential, no door sales available

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Parking & transport

Check the Footscray Nicholson campus page for directions, public transport options and parking information.

Ian Curley

Ian Curley is a British-born, Australian-based chef. His 25-year tenure in Melbourne has seen him at the helm of some of the city’s most iconic restaurants, including nine years at The Point Albert Park and more than a decade at the European Group. Read more about Ian Curley.

Todd Moses

Todd Moses has cooked in some of Melbourne’s finest and reputable kitchens. Todd’s now found his home at the recently opened French Saloon. Working alongside owner and Chef Ian Curley, they make a dynamic team producing some of Melbourne’s finest bistro fare.

Brodie's Law Foundation

Brodie's Law Foundation is dedicated to helping workplaces and communities grow with the understanding of keeping everyone safe. Victoria's anti-bullying legislation, known as Brodie's Law, commenced in June 2011. Read more about Brodie's Law Foundation.

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17 October 2018, 6:00pm


Footscray Nicholson Corner of Nicholson and Buckley Streets

VenU Restaurant, Building D

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