EVENT: Sunday Papers Live: Join our Founder for a talk & make a kit

14 Nov EVENT: Sunday Papers Live: Join our Founder for a talk & make a kit

We are excited to invite you to join us at Sunday Papers Live. Our Founder & Director Sarah will be presenting the ‘Letters’ section of the newspaper commenting on craftivism (obvs!;p). You can also buy signed copies of A Little Book of Craftivism and other craftivist products throughout the day on a Sunday Papers Live shop area – useful to get that Christmas shopping done and if you want to make one of our kits during the day 🙂

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Secret Forum’s Sunday Papers Live – Second Edition
A day of talks, performance & food that bring the broadsheets to life
Sunday November 24, 11am-11pm
Cecil Sharp House


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The Sunday Papers Live


The Sunday paper: sometimes a pleasure, sometimes a challenge, sometimes a chore that lies unopened in a quietly judgemental pile until you throw it guiltily in the recycling bin the following weekend. This imaginative Secret Forum event adds a fresh twist to the Sunday ritual by turning the paper into a live experience. More than 15 speakers will each adopt a section of the papers and render reading them a performance. The world news, for example, will be ‘performed’ by enigmatic newshound Jon Snow, while Charles Eisenstein handles business and Alison Kervin tackles sport. Your columnist for the day will be ballsy Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell; ethical fashion designer Orla de Castro takes on style; and music will be covered by swing sextet Natty Cangeroo & The Flames Of Rhythm. The event is suitably set in a Cecil House living room (complete with Chesterfields) and also features a Sunday roast banquet, Bloody Marys, folk music and a real ale bar. The ticket price doesn’t include food, but you can pre-order a roast, or wing it and purchase from the food vendors on the day.

World News – Jon Snow
UK News – Maajid Nawaz
Business – Charles Eisenstein
Science & Technology – Marcus Chown
Sport – Alison Kervin
Art – Andrew Shoben
Music – Natty Cangeroo & The Flames of Rhythm
Books (fiction) – Laura Dockrill, C.J. Flood, Nathan Filer & Tim Clare
Books (non-Fiction) – Steven Poole
Film – The Wilderness Orchestra
Theatre – Company of Angels presents The Commissioners
Style – Orsola de Castro
Gardening – Richard Reynolds
Travel – Mikael Strandberg
Columnist – Andrew Maxwell
Letters – Sarah Corbett

Sunday Papers Live speaker area

The Sunday Papers Live: people enjoying their roast dinner

Sunday Papers Live gardens

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