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Joolz Geo Update...

So I was looking at my blog stats the other day and it turns out people have read my post discussing why we chose the Joolz Geo pram! 1,116 more words


Paul Weller On Poetry

The gossipy Jaws column in Sounds, 26 February, 1983, has froth about the (rather good) film Party Party, Ozzy Osbourne, One The Juggler, The League of Labour Skins and this snippet about what had been on the previous weeks telly: 132 more words


Red Wedge Women's Tour

Red Wedge had a few tours in 1987 campaigning for the Labour vote. The Women’s Tour had a good line up that included Frank Chickens… 31 more words


Poetry International 1984

From NME, 31 March, 1984

As per usual for any poetry festival, some highs and lows on this bill.


1 in 12 Club, Bradford.

Seething Wells write up from the NME

Bradford’s 1 in 12 Club is a club that’s been running since 1981. It’s run on anarchist principles and does sterling work. 9 more words


Apples And Snakes

From NME, 31 March, 1984.

The poetry promoters launch their first book.

Poets of a certain age, and stage of inebriation, sometimes flick through the book and ponder ‘where are hey now?’. 43 more words


FEATURE: Spoken Word Artist 'Joolz' Releases Free Single 'Sky'

Press release:
Internationally renowned spoken word artist ‘Joolz’¬†has made her latest single ‘Sky’¬†available as a free download.

Taken from the long awaited album ‘Crow’ set for release this Spring via Attack Attack Records, ‘Sky’ features ‘Joolz’s captivating and beautiful vocal delivery accompanied by music from acclaimed German composer ‘Henning Nugel’. 143 more words