It was a surprisingly cold and wintry Saturday, but the atmosphere was anything but at Cloud 9 Festival! Thank you to Fantasy High Street and the West Euston Partnership for a jampacked day – and to everyone who joined us in the tent and shared their stories.
We’ve been keeping busy after The Real Reasons We Drink live event at The Ranelagh – you can now access our entire timeline of the pub online at www.realreasonswedrink.com!
Scrolling through you will find all the stories, interview clips and photos we used in our event, as well as some more material that we weren’t able to squeeze in to the 80 minute running time. We hope you like it!
Thank you to all 90 of you who came to The Real Reasons We Drink at The Ranelagh on Sunday! We had a fantastic time – and so did two reviewers, who called it “an organic, interactive and personal history of the pub” and “a rewarding experience“. Click on the links to read the full reviews.
The live event of our Heritage Lottery funded Ranelagh Story Project at The Ranelagh in Bounds Green now has a new name and date for your diaries!
The Real Reasons We Drink at The Ranelagh will be on Sunday 4th October at 7.45pm. Tickets are FREE, but there is limited seating available. If you would like to make sure you have a seat, please reserve in advance at billetto.co.uk/the-real-reasons.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Read our full press release here.
We’re collecting memories about The Ranelagh pub (on Bounds Green Road) for a project leading up to a fund evening of sharing stories in the pub.
What are your memories of your time at The Ranelagh?
Quiz night regular or Saturday all-nighter, whatever your age, we want to hear from you!
If you have a story to share, please contact us:
Miriam, Eleanor and Annie
This project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Travelling Tent has been awarded a Sharing Heritage grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund for our next project. The working title is The Ranelagh Story Project, and it will be a live event at The Ranelagh pub in Bounds Green, N11, using oral histories collected from locals and the pub’s regulars. Research starts now!