On March 6 2016, thirteen people joined together for Speakeasy#2 as part of the 2016 Festival of Live Art to share food, thoughts and facilitated conversations. The art project prompted participants to talk about place, environments and gentrification with those sitting next to them. sociocreative trust members also orchestrated configurations of the table and took participants outside to share their experiences, creating intimate moments out of the dinner.

β€˜The structure ... was great in that it seemed to eventually lead to people being more open to sharing there personal experiences.

Changing where people were seated was also a great idea in that it broke up the evening and bought ideas of control, it was interesting to see how people reacted...’
— Hugo Egan, participant and artist.