ARTISTS, musicians, authors and comedians gathered for a creative networking afternoon in Salisbury at the weekend.
The session was held at Boston Tea Party in the Old George Mall and general manager Mark Stephenson hopes to make it a regular event.
He said: “We are lucky enough to be the custodians of a remarkable building which has stood as the centre of Salisbury life since 1320.
"With visitors such as Shakespeare, Dickens, Pepys and Wells, the atmosphere is steeped in creative influences.
"My aim is to run a regular Sunday Session where we provide a venue for performance, collaboration or just to talk to like-minded people.”