m.keating at shadowcat.co.uk
Thu Nov 26 15:31:33 GMT 2009
Peter Corlett wrote:
> On 26 Nov 2009, at 12:38, Tomas Doran wrote:
>> James Laver wrote:
>>> If there aren't too many people coming:
>>> 1. Jerusalem Tavern, Britton Street. Lovely place, a little short on
>> Yeah, that's _so_ not going to work on Friday night.
> They've quite happily allowed me to book the big table for an ASRLon
> on a Friday night, without a deposit or charge.
>>> 2. Ye Olde Mitre, oldest pub in London, off Hatton Garden. Horrible
>>> toilets and a little short on space
>> That'd work for me, but it'll be crammed (less so than the JT, but
> That must be *the* most packed pub in London!
> [I know nothing about the Calthorpe.]
>>> 2. The Gunmakers (Eyre st. Hill). A suggestion that ought to
>>> surprise nobody.
>> That's already the plan for Saturday though, right?
> Has this actually been booked and paid for yet? They won't open on a
> Saturday without somebody stumping up £250.
If you read the LPW updates that I announced you would know that once
again there is drinks paid for and a very large buffet (much grander
than last year).
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