If you haven’t yet heard, there’s a great exhibition on the history of psychedelics on right now at the Wellcome Centre in London. I won’t spoil the surprise with any details but it’s absolutely free and well worth a visit. Located a five minute walk from Camden Town it makes a great day out if you incorporate the two. It closes a month today so don’t leave it too long. If you are quick you might even be able to get one of the last remaining tickets for “a symposium on drugs in Victorian Britain” which includes late night opening, a lantern performance, drinks reception and talks from the curator and others. Here’s a little gem from the past to get you in the mood..
Also coming up is the Breaking Convention Convention, a new conference on everything mind bending. Bargain basement early-bird tickets are available until the 31st January. Thanks to @yourbrainondrugs for bringing this to my attention.
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