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Dying laughing: Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s Undead! Unloved! Unsolved! at the Horse Hospital

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. Watching the Fitzrovia Radio ensemble pad around on slippered feet at the Horse Hospital creating sound-pictures would make anyone want to be a foley artist. The dulcet sultry tones of Natalie Ball display admirable dexterity. Dan Starkey’s Dutch grammar-disordered Abraham van Helsing in “Bram Stoker’s … Continue reading

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Dying laughing: Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s Undead! Unloved! Unsolved! at the Horse Hospital

Repost: with One Stop Arts closing, I migrated this review here. Watching the Fitzrovia Radio ensemble pad around on slippered feet at the Horse Hospital creating sound-pictures would make anyone want to be a foley artist. The dulcet sultry tones of Natalie Ball display admirable dexterity. Dan Starkey’s Dutch grammar-disordered Abraham van Helsing in “Bram Stoker’s … Continue reading

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Olympics in the Air

The Olympics is slowly starting to infiltrate my life. Traveling to and from work now, I pass lanes of traffic readied for Olympian visitors, I pass cones and checkpoints, and I pass the temporary huts and bus stops of the impending Media Village in Russell Square. Olympics volunteers have begun to appear as well, milling … Continue reading

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Night and Day

I was stuck.  I was on the bus, a friend had invited me to what sounded like a glittering intellectual evening at a literary salon in Shoreditch, and I was not moving forward.  I’d been on this bus for nearly an hour and probably could have walked as far as we’d gotten.  As the time … Continue reading