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Down a dose of 17th century coffee at the Keeper’s House

Posted at 10:15 am, May 6, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink
Coffee Beans © Maria Brosnan

Coffee houses aren’t a new thing; they’ve been around for yonks serving pick-me-ups and fuelling the daily grind since the late 1600s. To celebrate the fact, CultureLabel and UnrealCity Audio have teamed up for a re-imagining of the 17th and 18th century coffee house experience, offering an authentic taste of coffee-powered London in the modern age. 

Caffeine lovers can slurp in style at the Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy, which will play host to a night of spontaneous performances, spirited debate and talks from the experts. They’re not giving too much away but they do have two rules: you must speak to strangers and you must bring a hat! Intriguing indeed.

Thursday 8 May. Book tickets here eventbrite.co.uk/the-coffeehouse-experiment.

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