What’s On

Come and mess around and have a bit of fun with us!

For more information, or to book any of our upcoming events just give us a call: 020 8749 5886

Date Event
4th April

Easter Saturday Egg Painting

Treat the kids this Easter Saturday with some egg-painting in our room
upstairs. The supervised session will run from 11:30am – 1:30pm, kids will
take away a homemade Easter egg
Tickets cost £10 per child

Thursday 26th March

Sipsmith Gin Palace Extravaganza

Join us and the Sipsmiths for a night celebrating everything great about gin in the city where it all began

The night begins with a tour of Sipsmith’s brand new distillery in Chiswick, with a large G&T in hand of course. During a tutored tasting chat about the history of gin, the origins, the highs, the lows, and the new highs. After a short taxi journey (cost included in the ticket) you’ll pop over to us for a lovely botanical inspired three course menu, see us make up a infusion and learn all about the PV, our beginnings in 1829 all the way through to what we’ve got in store for 2015

Tickets are booked via http://www.sipsmith.com/tours

Tuesday 31st March

Book Club - A tale for the time being

Love books, but never seem to have the time to read? Join our Book Group; we will be
meeting on the last Tuesday of every month, to discuss that month’s book. Each member
of the group will get a chance to choose a book; whether it is a much loved classic, or a
newly discovered author you want to share, it doesn’t matter, we will all agree to read it,
and at the next month’s meeting you can tell us what appeals to you about the book, and
hear what others have to say about it.

A Tale for the Time being
Ruth Ozeki
Short listed for the Man Booker prize in 2013 the novel tells the story of two women
separated by geography, age, and culture. The diary of a Japanese teenager is
washed up on a beach in western Canada. When Ruth finds the diary, she becomes
obsessed with the story of the troubled girl and her father, both of whom seem to
be set on suicide. In an attempt to prevent what she believes to be an impending
tragedy, Ruth tries desperately to contact the girl’s father, only to realise that time
itself has taken the matter out of her hands. The diary gives a chilling insight into
Japanese teenage culture, with graphic descriptions of cruelty and bullying, whilst
Ruth’s story is full of gentle domestic detail, but Ozeki brings them both to life, as
she interweaves their stories.



Eat in and drink stonking wine, at shop prices!



Beer battered fish, triple cooked chips, peas AND a proseccco or beer £12



General knowledge quiz with ‘question of taste’ round  8pm | £2