Lost in Translation Circus on Tour in London

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Lost in Translation, one of the UK’s leading contemporary circus companies, celebrate their 10th anniversary with an exciting London tour in 2021.

Nocturnal Indigenous Australian Dancers. New installation in London E11

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  This image of native Australian dancers is part of the one in my Leytonstone Arts Trail installation  Printed on oilcloth, it is over 4m wide and 2m hight. I chose to hang… Continue reading

Selected to join CF:SLR (Creative Freelancers: Shaping London’s Recovery)

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  I’m thrilled to say that I’ve been selected as one of 50 creative freelancers in a cohort working with the Mayor of London on post-pandemic recovery. I’ll learn more when it starts,… Continue reading

Protected: Examples

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Pandemic Pandemonium in Pitch Party Procedures

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  DanceGRiST had a Dancers Pitch Party in December. It was open to anyone involved in DanceGRiST. We played a game, then people pitched their ideas to an illustrious panel of three. I… Continue reading

Poetry, Leadership, Bold

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Last year, after getting to grips with the double shock of my mother’s stroke and the likely impact of the global pandemic I resolved to use the interregenum wisely. Plans included a set… Continue reading

How far I’ve come. A route through chronic illness.

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Suffering from long covid? A chronic illness? My experiences might help.

Jo Verrent MBE on art, Unlimited and hats

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Jo Verrent on Unlimited, her career and the MBE

Review; Mogworld, Yahtzee Croshaw

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If you – unlike me – are not so starved of new works that you read all an authors’ works through upon discovering them, read Mogworld first with

Review: Product Mastery, From Good to Great Product Ownership. Geoff Watts

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Review of the Geoof Watts book Product Mastery. From God to Great Product Ownership.