Dinner with Montalbano – SOLD OUT

Monday 06 March from 7:00

£15 per person

Book Event

ABOUT THIS EVENT

Dinner with Montalbano

Organised in partnership with Headingley LitFest

During the past three LitFests, the Salumeria has hosted highly successful dinners with some of the greats of Italian literature – Dante, Boccaccio and Petrarch. This time, we move on to a well-known character from modern times – the Sicilian detective Inspector Montalbano, played in television versions by Luca Zingaretti, pictured here with the man who wrote the novels – Andrea Camilleri. While working as a TV and stage director, he published the first of a long series of novels – La forma dell’Acqua (The Shape of Water) featuring the fractious Montalbano, who is part of the police force of Vigàta, an imaginary Sicilian town. The series is written in Italian but with a substantial sprinkling of Sicilian phrases and grammar.

Montalbano’s adventures are wildly popular in Italy, where fans often write about what he loves to eat – he is very demanding. This makes him the ideal focus of an event devoted to food and literature. You can relish the cooking and listen to Gigliola Sulis and Richard Wilcocks, who will talk about Sicily and Camilleri’s work, read extracts and draw attention to some of the featured menus.

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

Supper & live readings in English and Italian

HOW DO I BOOK THIS EVENT?

Call 0113 275 5017 to reserve your place or book online here.

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Dinner with Montalbano – SOLD OUT

ABOUT THIS EVENT

Dinner with Montalbano

Organised in partnership with Headingley LitFest

During the past three LitFests, the Salumeria has hosted highly successful dinners with some of the greats of Italian literature – Dante, Boccaccio and Petrarch. This time, we move on to a well-known character from modern times – the Sicilian detective Inspector Montalbano, played in television versions by Luca Zingaretti, pictured here with the man who wrote the novels – Andrea Camilleri. While working as a TV and stage director, he published the first of a long series of novels – La forma dell’Acqua (The Shape of Water) featuring the fractious Montalbano, who is part of the police force of Vigàta, an imaginary Sicilian town. The series is written in Italian but with a substantial sprinkling of Sicilian phrases and grammar.

Montalbano’s adventures are wildly popular in Italy, where fans often write about what he loves to eat – he is very demanding. This makes him the ideal focus of an event devoted to food and literature. You can relish the cooking and listen to Gigliola Sulis and Richard Wilcocks, who will talk about Sicily and Camilleri’s work, read extracts and draw attention to some of the featured menus.

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

Supper & live readings in English and Italian

HOW DO I BOOK THIS EVENT?

Call 0113 275 5017 to reserve your place or book online here.

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Salvo's Restaurant booking

If the booking time you require isn’t available we welcome walk-ins. We have a great bar area where you can have drinks and nibbles whilst you wait wait for the next available table.

The reservation form below allows you to book directly into our restaurant for tables up to 12 people. If you require a larger booking contact us by email at [email protected]

If you still need assistance with a booking please call 0113 2755017