1. Camden Town Brewery are opening the doors to their Enfield brew house on Saturday for their Big Brewery Bottomless Brunch. Yep, it's a literal piss-up in a brewery where you can neck back bottomless ‘Hells’ for two hours, tuck into top notch grub The Horseshoe pub and head on a brewery tour. Pre book your space online. Tickets are £17 to £27 for the food and drink, £15 for the tour. 2. It’s your very last chance to skate on Canary Wharf Ice Rink before it closes this weekend.
It’s the final weekend of February. Wave goodbye to this cold and frosty month by life-drawing IRL guinea pigs, having a literal piss-up in a brewery with Camden Town Brewery, practising your skating skills on Canary Wharf Ice Rink for the final time this year and getting a look at everyday North Korean life at the House of Illustration’s new exhibition. Have a good ‘un. ‘Quentin Blake: Arrows of Love’. House of Illustration. Sat-Sun. £8.25.
1. Spend the evening with Imogen Hermes Gower, author of 'The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock', inspired by a real 'mermaid' at the British Museum, and historian Rachel Hewitt at Dulwich Books as they discuss the end of Enlightenment and the dramatic period at the tail end of the 1700s. The talk starts at 7pm and tickets start from £10. 2.
@EmilyBooksBlog Hi Emily, I'm getting in touch from Time Out. We're pulling a feature together on London book clubs and I'd love to find out more about your walking book club. What's the best email to get in contact? Thanks, Alex
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