It’s been a while since I organised a tweet-up, the last was a hastily organised one towards the end of last year (that’s not to say it wasn’t a good night, as the rather embarrassing video shot over a post tweet-up curry would attest) and several people felt it was time for another night out.
So it’s been arranged, with a little help from Jack Bremer and Tim Bush.
7pm onwards on Thursday 8 April at The Merchant on Battersea Rise.
It will be a fairly relaxed affair, just turn up, have a drink and meet other people from SW11 (and elsewhere). If you want to come along RSVP at the twtvite.
And a promise – I am not going to say a single political word at it!
Having done nothing for months it was time to organise another tweet-up. I spent ages trying to find a good date (being a week-night that I could make that wasn’t too near Christmas) and failed.
Then, by happy coincidence, I noticed that the Clapham Junction Christmas lights were being turned on by Isabel Losada, a local author who happens to be on Twitter. This, I reckoned, made for an ideal date – since if I also turned there’d be at least two people at the tweet-up.
So the date and venue are set: 6:30pm onwards on 18 November in the Slug and Lettuce, St John’s Hill, Battersea (even though they seem to think they are in Clapham).
I imagine it will be a bit smaller than the last, mainly because of the short notice. It also won’t be sponsored (I’ve still not been paid for last time!).
But it will still be a good night out. Anyone is welcome, despite the SW11 focus and #Battertweet name, just RSVP at the twtvite.