Posts Tagged ‘art’

OK, a couple of deep breaths and some very loud techno later, I’m feeling a bit more sanguine. So it might be a good time to drop a quick update of some of the good stuff I’ve been up to in the last couple of weeks. Despite my bitching, there’s plenty going on at the […]

Subtle Mob


Got to do another quick post, as I’ve just come across this, which looks pretty cool: it’s a secret meet-up tomorrow from the Bristol-based artist Duncan Speakman. So far details are sketchy, but basically you sign up on the site, download the MP3, turn up at the destination you’re sent to, and at the appropriate […]

Erstwhile Pulp frontman and Jacko-baiter Jarvis Cocker has set up a short-lease residency in East London this week. He’s hosting a series of improv sessions, inviting members of the public to jam with him at Village Underground in Shoreditch. If you missed it, he did a similar thing in Paris in May, and this week has been […]

Check it out: just as we launch a blog all about having fun in this great city there’s a new exhibition all about Play at Paradise Row.  I’ve only just came across the link, so haven’t had a chance to check it out, but will get myself down there in the next couple of weeks […]

Well, the fourth plinth project has come to an end. For those of you who’ve missed it, the whole thing was either an exercise to questioning the boundaries of art or or a whole bunch of punters being silly on a block. Personally I loved it. I’m a big fan of public art anyway, but we […]