Monthly Archives: April 2010

Light, Dark, Reflections

darlington station on friday early evening, through the train window, london-bound.

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The Electric Kool-Aid Cabaret of the Spoken Word

Thursday 13th May 2010 Downstairs at BLU (opposite Middlesbrough town hall) 7.30 – 10.30 (doors from 7pm) Blu has a 14 + policy so teenagers are most welcome! over 18 id required for bar. Middlesbrough’s new bi monthly night of … Continue reading

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The horror

Things that bring you up short: watching Channel 4 news, Jon Snow has just made the point that the war in Afghanistan has now been going on for longer than World War II but is hardly mentioned as an election … Continue reading

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St George’s Day: slaying the jabberwock

Is April 23rd the most English of days? St George and Shakespeare all rolled into one. I’m quite hazy on who St George actually was, except I’m pretty sure he’s generally thought to be from the Middle East. The only … Continue reading

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