ladies and gentlemen
for those of you who may find yourselves in the vicinity of canary wharf next wednesday 14th july i would like to invite you to cabot square at noon sharp where as part of robin turner’s ‘roam‘ installation (www.roamlondon.org) i shall be doing a short reading on certain aspects of the history of angling in london and then retiring to chat and fish at the eastern end of south quay dock in the company of barry, the secretary of one of london’s oldest angling clubs ‘the brunswick brothers’. this event is part of the create festival and entrance is by advance ticket only which can be obtained by e mailing the nice young lady on the door email@example.com. tickets are very expensive to those who don’t casually hang around my stall and free to those that do, so as the latter you are formally invited to e mail natalie and have your name put on the guest list.
in the meantime i shall be stalling out as usual tomorrow (thursday 8th july) at spitalfields antiques market from the appointed hours of half past seven in the morning and three o’clock in the afternoon selling the usual array of fine vintage fishing tackle, drinking gallons of tea and talking about nothing in particular. i look forward to your good company.
andrews of arcadia
vintage fishing tackle for the soul
07.30hrs – 15.00hrs
07980 274 383