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
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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
And if so, why was he lying face down in the snow? Find out on Tuesday 29 January 2013. at The Betsey Trotwood, London EC1R. 8:30pm. £several. In the footprints of John Hegley. Let 2013 be the year of the faceprint.
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
Diego Brown and the Good Fairy will add some musical fibre to the mix this Thursday (8 November 2012) when they join John Hegley and others at a fundraiser for North London Action for the Homeless. Gig happens at 7:30pm at the Spence bakery cafe, Stoke Newington Church Street. As of this evening (Sunday) we’re
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.
Good things come in threes. Spells, luck, flying ducks. Sloth’s toes. Diego Brown and the Good Fairy shows. One: Right now you can catch the incredible Dare to Wear – a sumptuous visual feat verging on a feast but much of it is plastic and not good to eat. So beat it to the big
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
Come and practice your penalties for the next time with twinkle-toed poet John Hegley (he’ll run rings round ya). and Diego Brown and the Good Fairy (they’ll throw themselves in front of everything) at The Betsey Trotwood. Kick-off:8ish. Entrance fee: 8ish quid. Please keep your expectations at a manageable level.
Apples and Snakes and Keats House present Les Beaux Poètes Sans Merci John Hegley hosts a fun-to-be-at poetry evening featuring ginger-headed slammer Anna Freeman, king of cosmic incantations El Crisis and the lyrical strangenesses of Diego Brown & the Good Fairy. When: Friday 8 June, 7pm Where: Keats House, Keats Grove, London NW3 2RR Tickets: