Schnittke’s vision of the future (it sounds weird let me tell you)

The rest is noise One of the things I love about London is you can find pretty much anything you want and some times things you had no idea you wanted. Most of the classical concerts I go to are of the later variety.

Anyhow, I go on the . . . →

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Do your self a favour and go to a Birkbeck open evening

It’s quite curious that I haven’t been singing Birkbeck‘s praises in here. I mean, it’s there if you read the posts, I have obviously enjoyed my time there but I don’t seem to have said it outright. So here goes.

Birkbeck rocks . . . →

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Rude Britannia

The March of the Guards to Finchley by William Hogarth on Wikipedia

I’m watching a brilliant BBC Four series (I think BBC Four is the best of the bunch by the way) called Rude Britannia. You can also find . . . →

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Street Art – Good vs Bad?

Banksy Originally uploaded by Simon Crubellier

There is a dichotomy in the city – between ‘official’ versions of art and ‘unofficial’ version of art – even though these might interact under the radar. Urban art – suffers from a similar duality.

It is being used frequently for . . . →

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Ovi Magazine: Letter from London 10

January 1st 2007 Sofia’s Letters from London #10

The complications of air travel seem to be never-ending lately and people travelling from British airports are set for a little bit more confusion.

New security checks are coming in play and some airports decided to relax the one-bag rule for hand luggage and allow two for . . . →

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London Remembers

Lines in Potentis

One of the magic centres Of the world; One of the world’s Dreaming places. Ought to point the way To the world. Here lives the great music Of humanity The harmonisation of different Histories, cultures, geniuses, And dreams. Ought to shine to the world And tell everyone That history, though unjust, Can . . . →

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