Monthly Archives: September 2014


Open House London 2014

Passed a very satisfying couple of hours checking out the architecturally interesting Cressingham Gardens as part of Open House London. Those of you interested in such things could do a lot worse than watch Homes Under the Sledgehammer, a short (20 minutes), and very interesting film that explains it all way better than I can in words… And if f you fancy helping with the fight to defend decent social […]


Briefs – the second coming

Never imagined that this would be my thing, but decided to expand my horizons and was very pleasantly surprised by this acrobatic Aussie outfit. A very talented bunch of guys. Did things with their bodies that just shouldn’t be possible, and very amusing to boot…   Briefs: The Second Coming Promo with Vox Pops from Briefs on Vimeo.   Catch em if you can…


60-45-30…

WTF is she on about??!! you may well ask. Well it all started with a bicycle and a friend… Let’s go off and do a ride in the New Forest. Like other rides I’ve done, recently it seemed like a good idea at the time. I’ve never been to this particular forest before and heard tell it was pretty cool. So, managed to find a B n B in New […]

gals and their bikes

Pride

One of the best feel good films I’ve seen this year and a top contender for one of my all time favourites. A story of solidarity where you wouldn’t necessarily expect to find it. Pride is a fantastic film so go see it. Bill Nighy and Imelda Staunton are fabulous and in fact so are the whole cast. Here’s a little taster and more stuff on the film’s  website.   […]


Poppies at the tower

I was in the area so thought I’d take a quick gander at the ceramic poppies in the moat at the Tower of London. I didn’t actually go to the exhibition on this occasion as there’s a great view from the bridge approach and surrounds. I’m not sure if Joe Public can actually walk amongst the poppies, but imagine it would be a really cool thing to do. Whilst I […]