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To Be a Stranger

As a writer, people never stop asking, “Who’s your favourite author?” I’ve danced around this question for 7 years – a nervous waltz through my memory for one skilled story-teller who made their indelible mark on me. 278 more words


The End??

“So, what now?”
“I think some sleep, catch up with some people, and then I need to start unpacking—”
“No, I meant after all of that.” 726 more words

Everything Else

Feature: Local children are Tip Top at InTransit

Amongst the Voladores de Papantla from Mexico, the Zugubal Dancers from the Torres Strait and Guatemala’s Grupo Sotz’ill, over 30 local children performed at the launch weekend of inTransit and Origins Festival at Emslie Horniman’s Pleasance. 307 more words


Day 188/188: Food for the Thoughtless

“Food, food, food!”
“Here you go. Don’t let me keep a member of the male species from stuffing their gob.”
“Damn straight.”
“Are you really going to be able to eat all of that?” 152 more words


Calling all City Living, Local Life Community Reporters: InTRANSIT festival needs you!

It’s festival time! And we’d love to get your unique perspective on the many events InTRANSIT Festival has planned for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. 132 more words


Day 157/188: It's a Guinnes-sessity!

“Sir, drinking alcohol is not permitted aboard this coach.”
“Oh, it’s all good bro, this is a Guinness.”
“I can see that sir, but there is still no alcohol to be drunk on this coach.” 49 more words


InTransit Festival 2015 - Utopias and Realities

InTransit returns for its ninth year from June 19 – 28 with an urban beach, a Garden of Eden, Toxic Monks, mass sculptures and more at locations across Kensington and Chelsea. 329 more words