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Poet, essayist, dancer, performance artist....

Tango at the Room – the Practica

NEW at the Room! Starting SUNDAY 2nd February. REGULAR SUNDAY PRACTICA 10.30 am – 2.30 pm Tango Practica, guided by Anthony Howell, at The Room, 33 Holcombe Road, N17 9AS. Between Bruce Grove and Tottenham Hale stations… Map can be … Continue reading

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At Seventeen – (Feels like it feels approaching seventy)

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Lovely song. ?

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The London Party

The London Party aims to establish London as a city state independent of England and the United Kingdom. London will secede from England and relinquish any claim to the capital of England. There will no longer be London members of … Continue reading

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BATRACHIANS

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A wary nod suffices on the cycle track. It follows an extensive reach where breezes Dint the idling river. Clustered round A sewer’s lid, cow parsley thrives, as muddied Clouds abet the treacherous stillness of This…

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MPASTURAVACCHE – Jatun Risba at The Room

In December 2019 I was honoured to host MPASTURAVACCHE: The milk-suckling snake (2019) – a one-to-one performance created and performed by Jatun Risba– at my space The Room, in Tottenham Hale, London. Risba states her own motives and intentions in texts … Continue reading

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Whatever happened to Hapi?

“Lord of the Fish and Birds of the Marshes” and “Lord of the River Bringing Vegetation”, Hapi is the Egyptian God of the Nile. He has one pendulous breast full of nourishment, as well as a pot-belly. He is God … Continue reading

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The Second Coming?

I totally disagree with Polly Toynbee’s miserable attack on Corbyn (13/12/19) in the Gruniad. The problem, as I see it, is that the toffs can always count on the working class to attack the middle class, since the workers perceive … Continue reading

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