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Nothing in the Rulebook summer party

tyler-rutherford-qzr-lqrpe8U-unsplashPick up your party hats and join Nothing in the Rulebook for our first ever creative summer party, as we raise a glass to our community of creatives and celebrate our fourth anniversary – as well as our new site redesign.

Since first launching in August 2015, we’ve been absolutely honoured to feature a whole host of writers, artists, photographers, comedians, film makers and all round creative individuals – and we thought it was high-time we all got together for a good old fashioned knees up.

What’s more, Nothing in the Rulebook are very proud to have teamed up with award-winning publishing company Unbound to support one of their latest crowdfunding titles, Philosophers’ Dogs, written by NITRB’s own Samuel Dodson and illustrated by Rosie Benson.

Join us for free prosecco (should that be paw-secco?) and a mingle on the top floor of the Resident’s Room at Baldwin Point in the new Elephant Park development in central London on Friday 16th August. With stunning, 15th-floor panoramic views of London, we’ll meet, mingle, celebrate, and possibly even answer some of life’s age-old philosophical questions, such as, ‘What does it mean to be a “good” dog?’ and ‘is a bark truly worse than a bite?’

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A glimpse into Unbound’s ‘Philosophers’ Dogs’, which you can pledge to support, using your exclusive NITR discount, from their website.

Anyone interested in pledging to support Philosophers’ Dogs can receive a 25% DISCOUNT when they pledge for any of the rewards on offer (books, art prints and personalised portraits of your dog) using the code NITR.

Spaces are limited so, to get on the guest list, please RSVP with your name (and the names of any plus ones you’d like to bring) to our email address at

Event details:

Friday, 16th August 2019

7pm – 9.45pm


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