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The Schism

Ten at night

The pie is dead

Remember The Grapes

Sickly sweat clings

Cold cascades

What is he barking at?

The moon is out

Down The Grapes… 30 more words

Poetry

Where wizards eat their sunday roast

At first glance it is not what I’d expect from a pub frequented by Charles Dickens and Sherlock Holmes, not to mention owned by Gandalf.  285 more words

London

Psychic Lemon, The Grapes, Cambridge, 13 Dec 2014

I saw Psychic Lemon playing recently at the Mill Road Winter Fair, an event that is one of Cambridge’s best kept secrets. It was a challenge to entertain at 11am in freezing conditions in the car park in the shade of the railway bridge but the appreciative crowd gradually grew and stayed. 249 more words

Review

Juice Box

My housemate and his fellow english students put on a poetry/open mic night for part of their third year assessments, at The Grapes in Falmouth, and he asked me to take a few snaps! 39 more words

Sarah Sartain

Hays & Harlington - Southall Broadway and South Road, 22 August 2014


Keith Road – Pentecostal Church
From Dawley Road via Keith Road to Hayes & Harlington station


The Grapes – Uxbridge Road, Hayes
Bus E6 from Hayes and Harlington to the Grapes… 79 more words

Europe

The Grapes at Wrea Green

The Grapes is somewhere I have frequented with my dad, as he lives not too far away. It’s a reliable pub, that always offers good food, friendly service and a lovely environment to relax and dine in. 405 more words

Restaurant Review

What's in a name?...Limehouse

This part of East London is believed to take its name not from lime trees nor from a house bearing that name. Rather it owes its origins to the process by which chalk shipped from Kent was converted into lime. 209 more words

The Thames