Salon 50: London Stars

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 30th Nov 2017

Unbelievably, Salon for the City is 50 this month. Come help us celebrate in the company of TEN of OUR favourite Londoners talking about THEIR favourite Londoners in a very special star-studded evening of words, music, song and prizes and of course .. Hendricks.

MARVEL as the time travelling Dr. Matt Green takes us on a whirlwind our through the history of the city from the prehistoric to the present - in 20 minutes!

GASP at 5 minute stories of ten stellar Londoners with speakers Ross Macfarlane, Essie Fox, Amber Butchart, Matt Brown, Adam Cumiskey, Celine Hispiche, Travis Elborough, Caroline Rance, Anthony Clayton and a Mystery Guest.

SING-ALONG to music hall favourites with Kate Garner and + a secret musical guest.
WIN in our fiendish Salon quiz hosted by Stephen Coates

ENJOY a Hendrix Gin cocktail with writer and monster-hunter Kit Cox

Cost: £14


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2017-11-30 2017-11-30 Europe/London Salon 50: London Stars Short talks by 10 speakers on their favourite London topics. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/11/30/salon-50-london-stars-158920 Westminster Arts Library,35 St Martins Street,London,

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Westminster Arts Library,

35 St Martins Street,
London,
WC2H 7HP

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