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A Sunday Session Worth Shouting About – Sunday Papers Live.

Part of our job at Eat Travel Live, is to keep our noses in the air and our taste buds to the ground to make sure we bring you the hippest happenings in the world of eating. (It’s a real burden receiving endless invites to fabulous events, but someone’s got to do it.)

Top of the inbox this week is Sunday Papers Live from the folks at Wilderness and Secret Productions. Taking place on 24th November from 11am-11pm at Cecil Sharp House (a rather imposing red brick building on the North East corner of Regent’s Park), the day promises to bring the best day-of-rest traditions in twelve action-packed hours.

Guests will have the chance to kick back in the giant living room lined with cosy rugs and worn settees and donning a pair of slippers, whilst poets, politicians, musicians, actors and writers bring the broadsheets to life. Feeding you World News will be the legendary Channel 4 broadcaster Jon Snow – joined by an impressive bunch including comedian and Have I Got News For You regular, Andrew Maxwell, 37-piece Wilderness on ‘film’ and Swedish Explorer, Mikael Strandberg on ‘travel’.

Once they’ve had their news fill, guests will sit down to on long banquet tables in the paneled dining room, to a meat-filled feast from award-winning eco-chef Tom Hunt. (That is if they have room left after The Breakfast Club’s eggs benedict and breakfast burritos, which will be available throughout the morning). All washed down with fine wines, Bloody Marys from Vestel Vodka and even a real ale bar for fans of the dark stuff.

As if that wasn’t enough, guided walks across Primrose Hill will leave from the hall all day guided by some of London’s finest cultural critics. There will also be a series of workshops, match making from Son & Sons for singletons (as Bridget would say) and Sudoku, crosswords, crafts and cartoons in the upstairs café. Culminating in a proper ‘knees up’ courtesy of Natty Congeroo & The Flames of Rhythm.

Tickets are a mere £30 for the whole day (a steal at twice the price if you ask us) and are available to buy now.

Its safe to say we’ll see you there.

For more information visit sundaypaperslive.com

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