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Our next meeting

Wednesday 17 June 2015, 6pm

Cecil's, 8 Holyrood St, London, SE1 2EL

We meet this time in the Secret Garden of Cecil's, on the ground floor, by London Bridge which will be opened just for us!

Bubbly will be served on arrival and one set of 10 tickets for the raffle worth £150 for the Jazz Swing Show and 30's theme party on Saturday Night, 20th June: tickets include reserved area, entry drinks, cloakroom and Show, so keep the Saturday free and have a party on them!

The Raffle will be sold for the profit of the Positive East. All advanced ticket holders will receive a free raffle ticket on arrival, more can be purchased on the evening (£5 a ticket, £20 a strip of 5). Anyone wanting to give something towards the raffle please let me know or bring with you..

Registration £20
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Recent meetings

GBA sees world premier

The Glass Protégé, at the Park Theatre, Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3JP

In April, GBA, GPN, and The List members were the guests of Giant Cherry Productions in association with Park Theatre for the UK Premiere of The Glass Protégé by Dylan Costello


Busman's holiday?

Busman's holiday

Our March meeting saw members transported from Cecil's, courtesy of our member Tolis Simpson (ex Shadow Lounge, back in London), right in the shadow of The Shard, via a Red Route Master, to take us to Positive East in Stepney Green where Paul Fleming and his team welcomed us with drinks and nibbles and an exclusive tasting of the Chilli Pig range.


Previous meetings


Future meetings

GBA and GPN meetings in London are usually held on the Third Thursday of the month in changing venues.

Read about our previous meetings here

We would like to hold meetings outside of London. If you'd like to help, please contact Steve


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