Monthly Archives: July 2017

Well today I attended the  opening of “You’re Surrounded By Me” an amazing exhibition at Croydon town centre art gallery Turf Projects in Keeley Road.  Curated by the affable and knowledgeable Chris Alton, it was quite an experience. With contributions...
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Six years today since Amy left us! I hardly seems possible, but it’s true and I can hardly say more than to echo Lady Gaga’s tribute on social media today:- “We all miss you and your voice, Amy. Good time...
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The Gods were certainly smiling today (sunshine throughout) for the now established Croydon Pride Festival in Queens Gardens, where the vibes were full of good will, humour and of course excellent music and lots of dancing. It was truly an...
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Nadia Rose cousin of  Stormzy yet another success story from Croydon, in fact Thornton Heath to be exact and is a force to be reckoned with in her own right. Nadia  continues that ever growing list of significant female artists...
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Well, I have just returned from the Croydon Grants Vue cinema where I saw “Saving Dreams” one of the most thought provoking movies that I have seen in quite a while. Written and directed by Isioro T. Jaboro, a “taster”...
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