This painting class by the good folks at Cheese and Wine Painting Club might well be the closest you come to seeing actual stars around London these days.
The event takes place in the afternoon. But that doesn’t mean you should take this as an excuse to uncork a bottle of wine, unwrap a hunk of reblochon and unleash some artistic fury in your flat.
Tickets are donate what you can. Think of all the money you’re saving by buying your own wine in when choosing your price! If you need art supplies it’s worth getting in touch with the organizer—they’re apparently selling supplies to locals on the cheap!
If you’re a big fan of van Gogh fan, be sure to check out the wonderful Cafe Van Gogh (pictured above) when it’s possible again for delicious vegan food and drinks.
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