Liz and I hope you're free to come down to the BFI's secret room and celebrate another year of London Writers' Cafe.
We'll be there from 6pm to close. There will be drinks, plenty of lively conversation (no doubt) and possibly some dancing if you're so inclined.
We're absolutely to announce that we will have a very special performance by Caroline Teague!
Caroline Teague is a London born and bred poet writing pieces on loss, identity and how she comes to terms with some harrowing realities of being human and being alive, in a style she calls 'tragic optimism' hoping that the honesty through her writing can translate into something positive and comforting for someone else. Creator of the musical project "Caroline Smiling" which blends music, spoken word and other forms of communication to cross platforms for mental health and queer identity through creative means. A self proclaimed soft touch poet with some sharp edges. See more: http://www.carolinesmiling.co.uk/
This year we'd love for you to bring friends along too, even if they aren't writers. Simply indicate that you're bringing a guest or two when you RSVP.
Note: the Drawing Room is hidden behind a bookshelf inside the BFI's main bar and restaurant area.