Following the highly successful launch of the Karma Dinner series last Thursday evening, we thought we'd give you a sneak peak of the evening's antics.
The table sat an array of wonderful people, including guests from Monsieur London, Sotra, Lutwyche, and The Landmark Trust.
With the assistance of Malcolm McClean, we learnt how predictable our thinking is as a result of our commonly 'blinkered' education.
We got to know something curious about one another in a show and tell exercise - which featured a wrench, some graffiti, a rock-choir cape and a small piece of mirror from a Noddy Holder impressionist hat.
And finally, we measured our curiousness in The Curiosity & Exploration Inventory as either 'stretchers' or 'embracers' of life.
We'd like to send out another thank you to everyone who came along, and to everyone who signed-up, too.
For those who tried but didn't make the guest list, or those considering putting their name on the list for the first time, this visual tease should inspire you to give it a try!
We had 10 people interested in every seat at the table, so to those who did try, please don't be discouraged - it's not you, it's us.
The good news is that there are still 9 more dinners in the series to come!
Confirmed to host dinners so far:
Founder of The Empty Shops Network, Dan Thompson.
Co-founder of Faithless and 1 Giant Leap, Jamie Catto.
Internationally celebrated yoga guru, TED speaker and published author, Max Strom.
So don't delay, join a wait list today!
It's all good Karma.