Thursday, 24 September 2015
Gordon Beswick requests your company at the opening of the Westland Place Open Studios 2015 where he is showing new paintings, films and collaborative work in his studio space.
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Friday, 18 September 2015
Imani Hekima releases his first recordings since his 2012 debut album, Imanifesto. The Keep It Simple EP features four newly penned songs from the Yorkshire-based solo artist, the lead track ‘Keep It Simple’, ‘Stepping to The Light’, ‘Rose-Tainted Glasses’ and ‘Feet Of Clay’. The set was recorded in Sheffield at the PianoRecording studio, with production duties handled by James Bacon, an excellent composer/pianist in his own right.
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Wednesday, 16 September 2015
The rise and rise of Jeremy Corbyn is a source of great joy for me. I feel more hopeful and optimistic about The Labour Party and what they can achieve than I have in 20 years. More than 400,000 voted in the recent leadership election and Corbyn won by a landslide. In the last three days he's attracted 30,000 new people to become Labour party members. At the recent TUC conference in Brighton he said: "The values that people bring to joining the party and the party brings to them have to be things that we fight for every single day. I want the unions and the Labour Party to work together to win people over to the basic values we all accept, to change minds and change politics so that we can have a Labour government, we can look in a different direction, we can look away from the policy of growing inequality." I like the new Corbyn shadow cabinet and that there are now an equal number of female politicians as male. I like the fact there is now a Shadow Minister for Mental Health, and I like the fact he's changed Prime Minister's Questions by allowing Labour members a say in what gets asked. The Mail, Sun and most other papers have been doing their best to attack and ridicule him but his ever growing number of supporters are fighting back.
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Monday, 14 September 2015
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Wednesday, 9 September 2015
"London, New York, Paris, Munich" everyone is talking about a new Pop Art exhibition and album launch party organised by myself, Astrid Horkheimer and Micko Westmoreland. The p.v. is on the 10th of Sept from 6pm till 9pm. The gallery is then open on the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th from 12 till 6pm. The A-side B-side Gallery is part of Hackney Downs Studios, The address is: Amhurst Terrace, London E8 2BT.
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Saturday, 5 September 2015
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