Past Meetup

Dinner and/or drinks at Tibits with special guest, vegan superstar Vegan Smythe!

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Tibits

12-14 Heddon Street · London W1B 4DA

How to find us

We'll be downstairs.

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UPDATE, PLEASE READ:

Hi folks,

I hope you’re all looking forward to tomorrow evening, I certainly am!

As I didn’t want to put a limit on the number of attendees, we currently have more people than seats so if you’re sitting down but not eating and see someone with food and nowhere to sit – please do let them have your seat while they eat!

We won’t all eat at the same time so whenever you’re ready just help yourself from the buffet - or feel free to come for drinks only.

As with all London Vegan Meetups, please choose only the vegan options - denoted by a small V.

If you’re on a budget please be aware that you pay for your food according to its weight and it can get quite pricey if you’re not careful. It’s not unusual for a plateful to cost around £12 to £15. Remember to take your FREE bread roll!

Lastly, if your plans change please update your reply as soon as possible.

Cheers,

Helen XX.

Join us for a special evening at Tibits to welcome vegan musician, comedian,entertainer and all round good guy Vegan Smythe and his lovely wife Jacqui to London. They're visiting from Australia especially so that Vegan Smythe can perform at Vegfest London. On Saturday at 6pm and Sunday at 5pm he'll be on the Performance Stage, and on Sunday at 2pm he'll be taking part in the stars quiz.

Vegan Smythe writes and performs Earthling-friendly music and comedy to energise the vegan message. His YouTube videos have had nearly 200,000 views and he's been described by online fans as “hilarious.. brilliant.. quirky.. and 'a crucial soundtrack to life on Earth!’” His music has been featured on blogs, podcasts and radio programs worldwide.

Vegan Smythe's “Preachy Vegan Song” was shortlisted in the Australian Songwriting Contest 2012 and his anthemic “I Will Be Their Voice” has brought praise from high profile animal activists including World Peace Diet author Dr Will Tuttle.

Smythe explains his signature teardrop tattoo as follows: “I wear the tattoo because I'm a killer and I'm sad about it. I killed hundreds if not thousands of non-human Earthlings before I went vegan. OK, I admit I didn't kill them myself. I had a hitman do it for me.”

Vegan Smythe's website http://www.vegansmythe.com

I hope you'll join us in making them both feel welcome.
Look forward to seeing you all.
Helen XX.