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BLOOMING

“Why are you here, sir?”

“We’ve got a reservation for a table 5-7.”

“Eh, you’ve not come to, maybe, meet anyone? [nod/wink].”

“No for the bar. Can we come in, it’s raining?”

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Blooming role play.

@cahootslondon.

It’s nice to have a lovely backdrop to your revelries.

It’s set in a disused 1940s tube station/train and the drinks are war themed.

I think the came up with the names first.

‘Give Peas a Chance’ was however one of nicest tasting things ever.

You book a place which gives a nice calm happy vibe and the setting is 

very attractive which makes a nice setting for a lovely time with you very 

attractive other half.

Cheers,

Martin xx

  

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EMPTIED

#hannahcollins @camdenartsctr

Some of their words:

“Clear ground, bare clothes. Things covered and emptied. Dry tongues heavy shells empty limbs warm skin.”

Okay that’s all well and good but…

Some of my words:

“Overlapping paper, enormous, black, white, inside, outside, lost, found, immersive, derelict, mattresses, bits, bobs.”

See I’m a poet.

Cheers,

Martin xx

  

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CHIPS

Iv had some left over chips and have been very over stimulated on transport today so I’m going to be lazy with my blog.

The Foundling Museum in London tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, Britain’s first home for abandoned children. The museum houses the nationally important Foundling Hospital Art Collection as well as the Gerald Coke Handel Collection, the world’s greatest privately amassed collection of Handel memorabilia

See that was just nicked from Wikipedia.

Also… Pictures tell 1000 words…

   
   
A photo blog ok?

3000 words there.

Posterwise…

“One of London’s premier small museums.”

4 Colin Stars.

You can sit in leather chairs and listen to Handel for around 8 pounds.

Cheers,

Martin xx 

 

4000

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LOVING

“Exquisitely executed.”

“Rendered with a loving attention to detail.”

“Took me to another world.”

A simpler world. The world of Beatrix Potter. It’s in the Lake District.

They can have those quotes for their poster.

Some words: Jemima Puddleduck, Miss Tiggywinkle, Squirrel Nutkin, Tom Kitten, Benjamin Button, Jeremy Fisher, Mrs Tittlemouse, Ginger, Pickles, Pigling Bland, Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter.

Lovely.

All the more lovely for being under 10 pounds.

4 Colin Stars.

Cheers,

 Martin xx

  

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POOP

Picture the scene: children on deckchairs in the city of london, chomping on sushi, gawping at adults pretending to be woodland creatures, playing banjos and accordions.

All for free.

Wind in The Willows #summerlive @broadgatelondon.

Some words: poop poop.

At its best when panto interactive.

“A right rollicking good way to spend a couple of hours on a sunny afternoon in London.”

They can have that quote for a poster.

5 Colin Stars.

Cheers,

Martin xx

  

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KICK

 Victoria and Albert Museum. Shoes: Pleasure and Pain.

Some words:

Red shoes, pointy shoes, furry shoes, glass shoes, lovebird shoes, anemone shoes, surreal shoes, gold shoes, pompon shoes, beaded shoes, pink shoes, transparent shoes, royal shoes, golf shoes, fairy tale shoes, french shoes, space shoes, Jimmy Choo shoes, rainbow shoes, platform shoes, silver shoes, silver platform shoes, wedding shoes, kick ass shoes, bubble shoes, tiny shoes, cad shoes, brazen shoes.

And, I nearly missed them, secreted behind a velvet curtain, a certain type of shoe.

All pleasure.

Cheers,

Colin, sorry, Martin x

 

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NICE

It’s nice to be led.

It’s nice to be told about things.

It’s nice to wander round London on a warm evening.

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South London Art Map last Fridays.

They do a little tour of lesser know galleries you see.

Cheers,

Martin x  

  

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CONTROLLING

I think it’s doing a thing about class divides and a controlling state…

No not Britain since the election silly!

Wonderland.

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I did a political gag.

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Wonderland? The one what Alice went to.

Mummy and Daddy and Paul and Sarah all played the role of the lowlifes but some of their number got to eat tarts.

Swings and roundabouts.

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What was it like?

I’m going to use the word sumptuous to describe the sets.

And now I’m going to use some other words: worm, rabbit, hatter, eat me, drink me, walrus, carpenter, can’t take photos, queen of hearts.

You didn’t really have to listen to what they were actually saying except when they said “what is life if not a dream?” which is, like, true.

Oh I haven’t actually said it was interactive theatre.

Oh well. 

Having pizza now.

Cheers,

Martin

 

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THREE

Today it was three pounds which isn’t much really.

@tpgallery #photographersgallery

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What’s this? 2 shows you say?

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With a mixture of excitement and urgency we climbed the stairs, stopping off for a wee on floor 2.

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Then the excitement really starts.

First we explored the poetry in everyday suituations. That’s right… The photography of Shirley Baker.

Some words: black, white, matchstalk, men, matchstalk, cats, dogs, grans, grim, Manchester, hope, eyes.

Next we went to the bit called… We Want More.

I didn’t want more. It would have been too much.

Cheers,

Martin x

  

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