Back from Cornwall and a virtual signal black hole to find Willis at Old and In The Way has been kind enough to have given me an Honest Scrap award. (Yes, it does sound like “honest crap” when said fast.) Willis blogs from across the pond and hails from a generation for whom I have […]
It’s been unbelievably sunny and warm down here in Kernow for the St Ives Arts Festival while London shakes itself out like a drowned rat aprés le deluge. Here are a couple of videos from the lunchtime sessions in Norway Square. I’m trying out Yellowface, one of the raps from Anna May Wong Must Die!,
One mo’ time … Anna performs Anna May Wong Must Die! at the St Ives Arts Cub, Westcotts Quay, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26, 7pm, Sunday 20th September, as part of the St Ives Arts Festival. Tickets: £6.00 More Info: 01736 797122 Anna May Wong Must Die! is Anna Chen’s one-woman show about Hollywood’s first Chinese
I wonder what Tony Blair’s American fans, currently shoveling money at him through the lecture circuit, book deals and various “awards” (presumably for services rendered to their government), will make of the news that it was he and not Gordon Brown or the Scottish executive who orchestrated the return of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi to Libya.
Who’d break a butterfly on a wheel? Damien Hirst gets out his blunderbuss and enters a new round of gnat-squishing with renewed hostilities against the 17 year-old graffiti artist, Cartrain. If you remember, last year the multi-millionaire “conceptual” artist threatened Cartrain with legal action over his use of an image of Hirst’s diamond head (For
Enron chief execs, Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling Last night I watched The Shock Doctrine followed by Enron, The Smartest Guys in the Room on More 4 in a truly wrist-slitting binge of disaster telly from which I am only now recovering with a mug of Earl Grey. The main thrust of The Shock Doctrine,