Vegan Nights Partners Vevolution For Special Veganuary Edition

The event will feature more than 40 food vendors, live acts, and talks by thought leaders including BOSH!, Serena Lee, and Danyl Earth
Ian Theasby and Henry Firth
Ian Theasby and Henry Firth of BOSH!

Vegan Nights has partnered Vevolution for its January 2019 outing.

The event, on January 31, will feature talks from leading voices in the vegan movement including Henry David Firth and Ian Theasby, the Founders of BOSH!, Serena Lee - Founder of Vegans of London, and Danyl Earth - Filmmaker and Entrepreneur.

"Not only are there over 40 insanely good food vendors, dealing out the best in plant-based snackery - there's also DJs, live acts and warm vibes," says Vegan Nights. "We are very excited that Vevolution will be with us for this edition of Vegan Nights."

Plant powered

"We're incredibly excited to bring the UK's two most exciting plant-powered events together for the first time," Vevolution Co-founder Damien Clarkson told Plant Based News.

"Vevolution In-Conversation at Vegan Nights is an exciting opportunity for people to get the inside track on the plant-powered movement in 2019.

"Veganuary has surpassed everyone's wildest expectations this year, so it makes sense to finish off the month with inspiration for the year ahead, and a massive celebration of all things vegan."

You can find out more about the event and buy tickets here

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