For all those of you who read the Caught by the River Fanzine 'An Antidote to Indifference' notice is given that on the evening of Tuesday 24th January The Caught by the River Social Club presents 'Antidote Alive!', a night of words, song and occasional drinking in The Stag Public House on Fleet Road in Hampstead.
Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou are headlining playing old favourites from their first 2 LP's as well as new songs. In support of them will be Robin Turner reading from his acclaimed book 'Looking for the Moon Under Water (The Search for the Perfect Pub)', Charles Rangeley-Wilson reading from his forthcoming book 'Silt Road', the poet Will Burns and myself. Antidote 2 will be celebrated and especially W.G. Sebald, Edward Thomas, George Orwell and in particular the Public House. The evening is sponsored by Sambrooks Brewery so in addition to the well stocked cellar at The Stag you may expect a barrel of something good for your soul to be sitting on the bar upstairs. Tickets are only £5 if you buy them in advance by going to this link at Caught by the River and following the instructions. We all look forward to your good company.