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A Slow Comfortable Screw Against a Wall

The story of London is steeped in the consumption of alcohol and other stimulants. From the Roman’s Wine Amphorae, the introduction of cider making by the Normans, the coffee houses of the 17th century and gin craze of the 18th, through to the status cocktails of the eighties and nineties; each era has been defined by its drinks of choice. In turn, these have left their mark on the city, in street names like Coopers Lane and Vine Street or buildings like the Brewers Hall or the many historic pubs.

This will be an opportunity, for those unable to make the associated walking tour, to sample some of the cocktails on offer and uncover the history of London’s licentiousness as our small studio becomes the city’s smallest speakeasy for the evening.

28 June 2019

18:30 -20:30

Admission: FREE


Organiser Info

Image: William Hogarth (Public Domain)


APE Architecture and Design Ltd.

Unit LF1.7 The Leather Market, Weston Street SE1 3ER SE1 3ER


Depending on arrival time you may need to buzz into the main reception. We will send out a password to all confirmed attendees

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