Love, duty, death and dominoes…

Love, duty, death and dominoes…

On Monday’s ArtsWatch I share  a “not-so-quiet” moment with Patricia Cumper MBE, at the Press night of “Chigger Foot Boys” at Tara Arts Theatre.  She’s the writer behind this moving new play based on the lives of Jamaican soldiers in World War One.  Is that the chink ...

Statement Sleeves… Big News!

Statement Sleeves… Big News!

It’s always difficult this time of year transitioning between seasons, to feel stylish in what you are wearing. Every daywear can be difficult to judge because February weather is fairly unpredictable at the best of times.  Often going about our day we go from being wrapped ...

Hideaway really is hidden-away, unless you are a music fan in the know…

Hideaway really is hidden-away, unless you are a music fan in the know…

Damien Thill had a chat with Robin Hopcraft from the south-London based band the Soothsayers. They have an upcoming gig at the Hideaway in Streatham in a collaboration with two young producers promising to provide an interesting evening of musical entertainment. Damien tells

If you’ve ever fancied experiencing an art exhibition while in comfy PJ’s holding a cup of tea, you now can.

If you’ve ever fancied experiencing an art exhibition while in comfy PJ’s holding a cup of tea, you now can.

Action Space, an organisation supporting artists with learning difficulties, will give you that chance. South London in a Spin showcases the work of six South London artists and on the 11th February the exhibition goes online.  They use video, sound and image to show each ...

The Irish Jam presents St Patricks Day Party at The Grove in Battersea

The Irish Jam presents St Patricks Day Party at The Grove in Battersea

You’re invited to Wandsworth Radio’s ST PATRICK’S DAY PARTY on Friday March 17th. It’s FREE entry from 6pm at The Grove Bar, 279 Battersea Park Road….which is next door to the Tesco Express. We’ll be broadcasting a special IRISH JAM show ...

Hadaway Harry – who he?

Hadaway Harry – who he?

Well, he’s a Durham miner who with his brothers, took on the “unbeatable” Thamesmen in 1845 and won the World Rowing Championships at Putney. Rowing was more popular than football at the time – think Leicester City winning the League and he is the subject of new play ...