Global marketing and communication has diminished ‘place’ as a theme worthy of investigation and made it easy to overlook the fact that we form part of a community in the spaces we inhabit everyday. Three […]
Inspired by the legendary crossings of the great explorers, Fran Sandham left the daily grind of London to walk solo 3,000 miles across an entire continent from Namibia to Zanzibar, accompanied only by a disastrous […]
The burnings of Crystal Palace and Ruskin’s women ‘Here’s to John Ruskin, the greatest art critic who ever lived,’ said the old man, raising his glass. I raised mine too: ‘Here’s to the great man,’ […]
How much of the old man’s blather in the last 2 posts by Bruce Gregory do you believe? See ‘Ruskin Walks His Dog’ and Ruskin Walks His Dog: part two Questions: true or false? 1. […]
‘A magical combination: art and beer’ Part One ‘Here’s to John Ruskin, the greatest art critic who ever lived,’ said the old man, raising his glass. I raised mine too: ‘Here’s to the great man,’ […]
Tricia Thorns, Artistic Director When I was 14 years old I received an unprecedented honour. I was chosen to act in the school play with mostly senior girls. I had wanted to be an actress […]
The Ukuleles are out for May Day Madness A celebration of May Day with 8 superb acts, surprise guests, Morris and May Pole Dancing and the midnight crowning of the Lord and Lady of Misrule. […]
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