The Floatin’ Mic … at Kings Cross


Since pre-Elizabethan times, musicians and performers have come to London to sing for their supper.  And for just as long, authorities have struggled to regulate them.  Public Space Protection Ordinances create restrictions which police can arbitrarily enforce.  The logistics are challenging.  All your equipment has to be transported, weather is unpredictable and the audience

Mary Seacole Memorial Park


There’s a place in West London where three ages of transportation converge. An ancient road, Scrubs Lane, crosses the 200-year old Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal. One hundred meters further is a railroad bridge, built to carry Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Great Western Railway.

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