Seen for sale at Kempton yesterday, signage from the much lamented Wimbledon Stadium.
Wednesday, 28 March 2018
Friday, 23 March 2018
Friday, 16 March 2018
The second of a four part serial that I have written entitled 'The Days When We Were So Happy and Did Not Know It' in collaboration with my good friend the photographer Nick Fallowfield-Cooper is published in the latest issue of Fallon's Angler. It is a story based on and inspired by the extraordinary illustrated scrapbook of the Victorian/Edwardian lady Marjorie Taylor (nee Tillard) and commences in the year 1895.
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Monday, 12 March 2018
Tomorrow night I will be executing my duties as Master of Ceremonies at the Caught by the River Social Club in The Horse Hospital on the Colonnade in the district of Bloomsbury. There, beneath the streets in the pit of the 18th century horse cellars Stephen Cracknell will play to and with your memory either side of David Bramwell who will present his magical odyssey 'Dead Flows the Don' and Jim Ghedi who will play songs from his new album 'Hymn From an Ancient Land'. Doors to this magical world, which is only moments from Russell Square Underground Station, open at 7pm. There will be a cash-only bar and comfortable seating. You may read more and obtain tickets on today's Caught by the River. We look forward to your good company.
Thursday, 1 March 2018
You may read my review of the poet Paul Henry's latest collection 'The Glass Aisle' on Caught by the River to coincide with its publication yesterday through Seren Books. One of the works in the collection adapted and performed in conjunction with the songwriter Brian Briggs is also available as a recording. You may listen to a sample of three tracks here. Paul Henry and Brian Briggs will be performing the recorded piece live at the next Caught by the River arts/nature/culture clash at The Social on Little Portland Street in the district of London known as W1 on Monday 9th April where I will be executing my duties as Master of Ceremonies. There will also be music from Lomond Campbell and sounds from DJ Frances Castle. We look forward to your good company. Tickets are available here.