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Death Eaters

I have the extraordinary pleasure of bringing Richard Strange to Kent on Tuesday June 9th to present an evening of film, music and spoken word at the Sun Pier Arts Centre.   273 more words

Academy Of Rock

Laughing Bear Comedy Show -- Dynamic Duos

Top of the week

Greetings comedy fans!  The comedy team is a mainstay of shtick and this week we feature some of the best.  Here’s what is cued up for this week’s show: 427 more words

Laughing Bear Comedy Show

"Feedback would happen all the time if ... " - by Peter Cook

As part of my #FeedbackCarnival I’m delighted to host this piece from Peter Cook. Peter isn’t your average leadership and OD professional / speaker / author given that he’s also a highly respected member of the music scene and brings those music skills and experience into his work. 583 more words

Learning & Development

A new book from a dirty old town

I’m delighted to have been asked to host the book launch event of “Do It Yourself – A History of Music in Medway” by Stephe Morris next Thursday April 23rd at The Barge in Gillingham, a well known music venue in the area. 377 more words

Academy Of Rock

Was Peter Cook Happy?

Peter Cook is not as famous as other comedians from his time. Dudley Moire and Peter Sellers both became bigger stars.  It might be said, however, that of the three, Cook was the most interesting person. 55 more words


NEW STAMPS: Comedy Greats

As a celebration of all things funny, Royal Mail  has issued  a selection of 10 stamps depicting the great and good in British comedy. These stamps showcase what British comedy has offered since the 1950s. 177 more words


King Richard III reinterned 530 years later

I’m not British, but the reburial of Richard III was lighting up my Twitter feed all week long.  Twenty first-century Britain has enthusiastically embraced the story of the medieval king whose battle-scarred skeleton was found under a parking lot in Leicester in 2012.  285 more words