May the 8 be with you at Underbelly

Our friends Zwah launch their new baby on 8 May at Hoxton’s groovy Underbelly. And Diego Brown and the Good Fairy are going to sing some lullabies & stuff. Plus you’ll be able to get your ears around Kira Kenley: http://bit.ly/kira_kenley in person. There will be bodypainting, string and nodding. As well as cake. For tickets and more Read more about May the 8 be with you at Underbelly[…]

New drawings by Kate Bradbury at ‘world’s smallest gallery’

Don’t miss this chance to see and buy some of Kate’s amazing drawings at ‘possibly the world’s smallest gallery’ – the Julian Hartnoll Gallery in London. Here’s a picture called Face                     Drawing Splinters | Knitting Bones – The art of Kate Bradbury Preview Sunday 3rd Read more about New drawings by Kate Bradbury at ‘world’s smallest gallery’[…]

Men and women of letters in Amnesty writing frenzy

Keats House, where many a fine letter was writ, will again see many a fine letter writ on Thursday 22 November 2012, 7pm ish. John Hegley and friends, including among them Diego Brown and the Good Fairy, will perform and write letters and encourage others to do so in support of Amnesty’s annual Write for Rights Read more about Men and women of letters in Amnesty writing frenzy[…]

Day of the Dead Good

Come & live it up at the Day of the Dead celebration at Dare to Wear. We’ll be singing songs about trains to take you on your journey to the next place. Thursday 31 October 2012, 6:30-9:30pm. Guess who’s dead here. The Crypt, St Pancras Church, Euston Road, London.  

Reform the bank

holiday with an evening of sound investment in the company of honest John Hegley and his mutually supportive fun friends. Including Diego Brown and the Good Fairy. Absolutely no hidden charges, no bailouts. Just poems, songs and the occasional gag in order. A shoe shop for the lucky ones At The Bestey Trotwood 56 Farringdon Read more about Reform the bank[…]

Book now. Good cover for Mary Seacole Library opening

It’s not every day you see a new library opening these days. In fact quite the opposite. Those days, maybe, but not these. So it’s a turn-up for the books to see one opening this week. The waiting is over for the long awaited opening of Clapham’s Mary Seacole Library. 91 Clapham High Street, London Read more about Book now. Good cover for Mary Seacole Library opening[…]