The Barlow Doherty Christmas party started with a spot of culture at the Paul Klee exhibition at the Tate Modern and ended with merriment, tasty food and fine wine at Albion, Bankside. What we learnt - Paul Klee was a prolific artist, when he died in 1940 he left around 10,000 works. His art evolves from a simple form, often using many different mediums, which progressively evolves into a whole adventure. Some of his work has an illustrative edge which pleased Hannah, our resident illustrator, immensely.
What we ate – crab on toast, skirt steak and melt-in-the-mouth chocolate pudding.
What we drank – mulled cider (delicious), crisp Touraine Sauvignon and an inky- rich Cahors.
What we played – Abi’s Christmas quiz, Stephi won tea for two at The Wolseley!