Vegan Thanksgiving in London

Vegan Thanksgiving Day Dinner – an evening of fine food, fine friends and fine poetry.

Saturday 26th November 2011

You may have attended our very first Thanksgiving Day Feast all the way back in 2008 at the former Flea Pit on Columbia Road. Being both a Canadian and American day of eating you might at first think this holiday would be a full-on meat fest, but you would be, ooh, so wrong. Thanksgiving Day dinner is a real veggie lovers delight. As you get to feast on the best of what the season has to offer. The menu can only be described as ‘comfort harvest food’, but with a contemporary style.
Besides delicious food, you are in for a very special treat as poet Sam Berkson aka Angry Sam will perform, so in more ways than one the evening promises to be a unique dinning experience.

Sam Berkson aka Angry Sam

“Angry Sam’s first poetry performance ended in a fight. Undeterred, he’s moved onto perform at gigs and festivals around the UK and abroad winning plaudits for a style that combines erudition, eloquence and relevance. His work is at times humourous, political and gentle, showing both a deep knowledge of English poetry and a love of hiphop music.”

“His poems push your perceptions of both places and people, doing what all truly excellent poetry should do: make you see the world in a different light” – Sabotage Magazine
“Angry Sam kills the crowd softly with rare wit and a laidback style that softens the knife wounds left by his acid political poetics and searing urban imagery”- Martin Daws, U.K performance poet.

To find out more about what Sam is up to you can check out his blog

Celebrate Thanksgiving Day with us Saturday 26 November. To book tickets

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