In the eighteenth century, the coffee house occupied the centre of urban life, creating a distinctive social culture by treating all customers as equals. Gossip, dissent and sedition were exchanged and debated around the egalitarian tables. We drink coffee, but we believe politics is best discussed over food. We host a series of pot-luck anarchist suppers discussing the most pressing issues of our times and the anarchist thinkers who can help us chart a more interesting course through them.

Political Supper