London: Advance Arts Network Meeting


Advance Arts Network Chairs, Laila Dickson and Moz Bulbeck would like to announce the next Arts Network Catch Up and annual Christmas Drinks to be held on Tuesday 6 December.

We have a special venue, generously donated by Karen Marr from Arts Futures, and a guest author, Peter Salmon, reading from his new book, The Coffee Story.

Tuesday 6 December 2011
7.00pm to 11.00pm
7 Connaught Close
London W2 2AD

Numbers are strictly limited so please rsvp to Laila ( by the end of day on Monday 5th December with the names of those attending for the guest list. Laila will confirm by return email if you are on the guest list - please bring this email on the night. 

Books, wine/soft drink and food (wood-fired pizza) will be on sale on the night. Please note that there will not be any credit/debit card facilities at the venue so please ensure you bring cash for any purchases you might like to make.

Venue details: glass floored, glass ceilinged, marble and wood house in hidden away cul-de-sac within Connaught Village. Parking on Connaught Street, Hyde Park Square, Kendal street or Albion street. No parking in the Mews itself. This house is available as a fine art exhibition space.

Author: Peter Salmon is an Australian writer who has lived in the UK since 2006. He came over to run the Arvon residential writing centre once owned by playwright John Osborne. He has written for television and radio and has published short stories. His first novel, The Coffee Story is a caffeine fuelled story of one man's obsession. 

The Coffee Story has been named as Toby Litt's best book of 2011 in the New Statesman 

"Exceptional... Funny, melancholy, fantastically inventive and brilliantly constructed" - Toby Litt,

'Reminiscent of Philip Roth's Everyman. But it's much, much funnier' - Sydney Morning Herald


Organizer Louis Matthews


Tue, Dec. 6, 2011
7 p.m. - 11 p.m.
(GMT+0000) GMT

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