Sunday Papers Live Live is the new movement, which the organisers (Secret Forum's) describe as " An experiment in creating the perfect shared Sunday. A day of talks, walks, performance and food that bring the broadsheets to life" - Sunday Papers Live.
The broadsheets will be discussed, The Breakfast Club and eco-chef Tom Hunt will serve food and there'll be Vestal Vodka bloody mary cocktails.
It sounds ideal don't you think? It's the first of it's kind, and has revolutionised the way you 'Sunday'. However, don't be too quick to think it's a formal affair; guests are encouraged to bring slippers, pyjamas and blankets. Feel free to turn up in your onesie because it is Sunday, after all.
Instead of compromising your official 'day of rest', indulge in a spot of Sunday fun with all the trimmings. Music is provided, as is the food, where you'll feast on, of course, a roast.
Like a regular paper, Sunday Papers Live, has all the regular features: World News (discussed by Jon Snow), a columnist, a Style section (Orsola de Castro), Sports (Alison Kervin), UK news (Maajid Nawaz), Theatre, Art, and a few extra bits like Travel, Gardening, Book reviews, amongst the entertainment.
Speaking of which, taking to the decks, and providing the venue - Cecil Sharp House - with a smoother, more atmospheric sound, is Natty Congeroo &The Flames of Rhythm, whose sound will make your Sunday a bit more lively.
Tickets cost £30.00, but do not include the cost of food.
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