Gearing up for the 2nd Salon… with Gizzi!

The menu’s been written, the CAKE’s been ordered and we’re all set to go for the second Pamflet Salon, featuring very special guest Gizzi Erskine!

Meeting once again at the gorgeous Drink, Shop & Do in Kings Cross, we will be taking Food Fight! as our theme for the evening and will be talking grub with Gizzi (who’ll also hopefully tell us all about her rock ‘n’ roll roots and rad wardrobe) and dissecting Margaret Attwood’s The Edible Woman, after a cake break, obviously.

There are still a few tickets left for this wondrous event so if you want to buy one, go to our Eventbrite page or simply pay £10 via Paypal to [email protected] – we’d love to see you!

Gizzi will have copies of her fantastic book, Kitchen Magic, for sale and we’re sure she’ll be happy to sign them for you, so bring some spending money. And of course there’ll be pink Pamflet totes available too (every season’s must-have, seriously.)

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