Improv jazz, whisky pairings, foodie finds from New York street vendors and a Plymouth gin cocktail bar: it's going to be a Mad Man kind of time at The Palm, Upper East Side - one of five main experience areas to transform an as-yet undisclosed Central London venue), at A Fluid State – where food and drink meet art, music and live performance. One of London's most immersive food and drink festivities, A Fluid State will be held over the first weekend of December.
For the event, music maestros James Pearson (Ronnie Scott's artistic director) and BBC award winning Tom Cawley will be tickling the ivories with their respective jazz trios in tow and laying down a bopping soundtrack for whisky tasting attendees.
Whisky not your poison? Maybe Plymouth Gin's Three Martini Lunch would be more to your liking? With indulgent taster size signature cocktail classics, it could certainly be a good opportunity for you to find out.
Londonist is proud to be media partner to A Fluid State. Here's how you could be there:
- Tickets for Friday and Saturday are £35 each and include entry, arrival cocktail, an experience of your choosing in addition to live music, theatre, performance and art. There will be experts on hand to guide you through your gastronomical journey.
- Tickets for the Sunday brunch are £15 each and include entry, live music as well as theatre, performance and art. There will be experts on hand to guide you through your gastronomical journey. Please note: masterclasses are limited and advance purchase is highly recommended.
Only one more week to grab your tickets! We recommend you buy now.