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Our Final Brockley Max event for this year

Thursday 4th June at Brockley Deli 14a Brockley Cross, SE4 1BE

The Story Sessions: Feast Tales

Join us for a story set in a cheese shop, Cranberry Sauce as an excuse for an illicit meeting, trying to win friends with cookies and taking tea with a demon, plus poems about oranges and bay leaves! 66 more words


Devilskein & Dearlove Lewisham reading with Peter Noble

The last of the readings before we hear whether we’ve been long-listed for the Carnegie Medal (announcement will be on Tuesday)…

Cape Town born Peter Noble… 33 more words


February Events: Devilskein & Dearlove at Lewisham Library

Join us at Lewisham Library
199 201 Lewisham High Street
SE13 6LG

on Thursday 5 February from 20:00 to 21:30

Come and hear actor Peter Noble… 151 more words


25 Years of Flawless Blues and Roots Music

What does one look for in a music festival? Of course, there are many different types depending on the kind of music you’re after, but usually we have our ears set to the sounds of great bands, uplifting vibes, excellent food and drink choices, a unique location with ample camping options and value for money. 1,229 more words

Published Articles

Joanne Shaw Taylor ~ The Dirty Truth CD Review

Joanne Shaw Taylor
The Dirty Truth
Axehouse Music Ltd

Release Date 22nd September 2014

What a woman, this white woman from Birmingham, England not Alabama has blues from the tip of her toes to her the cascade of her blonde hair. 561 more words


Boomerang Festival, Byron Bay

Currently working through the 1400 images captured over the Boomerang Weekend. Amazing talent graced the stage over 3 glorious days. The nations best and most loved Indigenous artists performed to a 5000+ strong crowd and its anticipated that next year will be bigger and better. 59 more words

Bluesfest 24 a Great Success For ShelterBox

ShelterBox had a presence at the Byron Bluesfest for the second year running, meeting up with some old friends and making lots of new ones. The stand had plenty of visits from Rotarians from all over Australia and New Zealand and even one family originally from near Helston, the birthplace of ShelterBox. 158 more words