We’re channeling the revolutionary spirit of the literary salons of 18th Century France, so sit back, eat (free) cake, and get comfortable whilst White Rabbit entertain you with an evening of original short stories written by local rabble-rousers, rebels and hell-raisers, read by a team of anarchic dandies. In the sumptuous candle-lit surrounds of the Arts Bar & Café, part Mad Hatter’s party, part 1930s tearoom, there’ll also be literary competitions and prizes and even the odd firework.
“Irresistible - an enchanted night”
Our wonderful writers include:
Iain Gonoude, Afsaneh Gray, ?Rachel Jay, Michael Spring,Tom Alexander and Bahar Brunton
White Rabbit is writers and performers Bernadette Russell and Gareth Brierley. In addition to the ongoing storytelling night Are You Sitting Comfortably? (at Toynbee Studios, London and The Basement, Brighton) White Rabbit make theatre, storytelling installations and cabaret. Forthcoming shows include All Washed Up for children at Selfridges in May, The Parlour of Lady Indigo for the Freud Museum in June and a national tour of Are You Sitting Comfortably? in Autumn 2011.
17 June 2011
Two Degrees: Are You Sitting Comfortably? Revolution
28 Commercial Street
T 020 7650 2350