The date: Thursday 24 May 2012
The fun starts at: 7pm
The address: Dr Johnson's House, 17 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
The mystery guest speaker: come along and you will find out who…
The refreshments: wine and nibbles will be flowing
The donation: Dr Johnson’s House is very kindly letting us host this event for free but we would be very grateful if all attendees could give a minimum donation of £3 on the night to support this fantastic institution.
How to reserve a place
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “A&A event” if you would like to attend.
Dr Johnson's House is one of the few residential houses of its age still surviving in the City of London. Built c.1700, it was a home and workplace for Samuel Johnson 1748-1759, and it was here that he compiled the first comprehensive English Dictionary. Now restored to its original condition, the house contains panelled rooms, a pine staircase, and a collection of period furniture, prints and portraits. Situated to the north of Fleet Street, the house is found among a maze of courtyards and passages that are a reminder of historic London.
We hope to see you there. Very best wishes from the Art and Artifice team.