Tommy Calderbank writes about ‘Not On The Wood’, the new self-published book of poetry, prose, doodles and magic from his mother Maggie who died in 1997.
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Tommy Calderbank reviews the book Spirits of Place, an anthology of essays on ‘spirits of place’ featuring twelve authors including Alan Moore and Warren Ellis and edited by John Reppion.
Tom Calderbank reviews the new CD Estuary, based on the poetry of Seán Street with musical settings by Neil Campbell and featuring vocalist Perri Alleyne-Hughes.
Tom Calderbank writes about the weekend of commemorative events to let the community say goodbye to Stan Ambrose.
To commemorate the 35th anniversary of the L8 Uprisings, ‘Aftermath 1981: A History in 35 Objects’, will attempt to tell the story of that cataclysmic time – and what happened next – through 35 different and surprising objects.
Tom Calderbank reviews the Art of Reggae Exhibition, on at Constellations, 35-39 Greenland Street until 15th June.
Tommy Calderbank reviews the album The Restoration by Babadub, an incredible duo from the heart of the Scouse underground music scene.