DL Christchurch with Therese Arsenau

Written By: - Date published: 1:13 pm, February 18th, 2009 - 4 comments
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Drinking Liberally Christchurch has its first meeting of the new year on March 5, with political commentator and academic Therese Arsenau to speak. She had some interesting perspectives on what the Left needed to do during the campaign and I’m sure she will have some comments on what the Left needs to do now.

As they say on the Facebook group “Read, think, come, listen, question, think, discuss, drink”

What: Drinking Liberally, Christchurch
Where: Goodbye Blue Monday, in the Lanes, west of the Twisted Hop (assume that makes sense to the locals)
When: 7pm, Thursday, March 5
Who: Therese Arsenau and a good bunch of people

4 comments on “DL Christchurch with Therese Arsenau”

  1. mike 1

    “She had some interesting perspectives on what the Left needed to do during the campaign and I’m sure she will have some comments on what the Left needs to do now”

    For your sake I hope you take on board the advice she was trying to give Labour during the election – eg the publics dislike of nanny state policy etc. I doubt it though.

  2. antony 2

    Therese Arsenau Is a babe.

    yeah.

    [lprent: Please drool elsewhere. I don’t like seeing tongues in that particular shade of newbie green (as it writhes around your ankles)]

  3. Darel 3

    Yeah I’m calling it West of the Twisted Hop because there isn’t a street name. If you don’t know where it is google map “Twisted Hop Christchurch” and it will give a north view of Poplar Street, which is, perfidiously, a lane. Walk north, ie straight ahead for 130 paces. Admire the Twisted Hop to your right, but note the lane to your left with the Russian bar on the corner. (Oh hell, this is turning into a D+D game, not that I play D+D or even know what that means). Admire Russian bar; admire German bar a further 40 paces on. Admire Good Bye Blue Monday another 30 paces further. Enter. Commence.

  4. Michael 4

    When was Labour Left?

    Easy Directions: It’s behind the brothel “Felicitys no.140” on Litchfield St. Antony make special note :p

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