What's on at The Pilgrm 2018
We’ve a line-up of events promising everything from live music to thought-provoking talks, as well as neighbourhood gatherings, but most importantly - everyone is invited. So if you’re in town please let us know and book your space.
Made Places, Tuesday 6th November from 630pm
What role does or should the built environment play in connecting, harmonising and supporting communities? We'll hear from some of the leading names in architecture along with place-makers of community to better understand the role that architecture is expected to play in today's world.
Unfiltered, Saturday 17th November from 6pm
An evening about authentic wines made with care, at a good price, in a fun space with no pretension. It is the fifth event in a series of pop ups from sommelier and wine consultant Emily Harman, of Vinalupa. UNFILTERED began in May 2016, and has since spread also to Berlin and Ibiza.
"1908" a homage to blues, Friday 23rd November from 630pm
Joined by pianist Tomasz Bura and guitarist Ed Ritches, Cecilia Stalin and her band have played everywhere from Ronnie Scott’s to the Jazz Café and the Roundhouse. Her versatile voice is her trademark and she’ll be revisiting the era where music history was made in the year the first ever blues song was published in New Orleans.
If you’d like to rsvp, or for more information, please get in touch through firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll see you soon,
The Pilgrm team