10 tickets to Salon for the City
Give yourself or a loved one an extraordinary gift of London Culture - 10 exclusive tickets to our much loved Salon for the City.
This voucher gives you 10 Salons worth of time with some of London's most interesting speakers - and 10 Hendricks Gin Cocktails!
SALON FOR THE CITY is an ANTIQUE BEAT produced series taking a look at London through a different lens on the last Thursday of each month at the Westminster Arts Reference Library, London WC2H in association with HENDRICKS GIN.
Terms & Conditions:
Please note that we are unable to offer refunds.
This voucher is only valid for Salon for the City events at the Westminster Reference Library. The voucher will not be redeemed after 30 November 2020.
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Music Hall, plagues, freaks, prisons, drag acts, the counterculture, coffee houses, the secret city, underground London, drugs, dirt, collectors, graffiti, maps and the dead are just some of the topics we have covered so far. Join us for another year of talks, extraordinary guests and fellow London lovers in the wonderful surrounds of Westminster Arts Library
Hear what some of our speakers have said:
“Love this event - marvellous location in the heart of Westminster - and all the questions from a curious, cosmopolitan, engaged audience."
Lee Jackson (Victorian London)
"A beautiful library, deucedly good speakers, a spellbinding evening and the kind of Q&A session that'll have you fumbling for your notebook. A whole heap of London...it's a recipe that's only equalled by the fabulous gin cocktails handed out to those lucky enough to get a ticket."
Matt Brown (Editor at large Londonist)
"Proves that people still crave unique, transient, live and challenging events in a world of digitally cloned disconnected mulch."
Dave McKeen (Artist and illustrator)
"I am a superfan of Salon for the City and I try to attend every month if I can. The array of speakers and their insight is really fantastic and offers a wealth of little known information on London and its peculiar history. I would recommend this series for anyone who is insatiably curious about the metropolis.”
Amber Jane Butchard (Fashion historian)