Category : Groupe

by Heidi Harley - 5 years ago

The Arts, Disability and Change

I really enjoyed chairing a panel this morning at Breaking Down the Barriers at The Garage in Norwich. My co panellists have been a very impressive bunch, virtually fizzing with power and enthusiasm. They included Actor, director and campaigner Jami...

by Heidi Harley - 5 years ago

Five Easy Ways to Campaign From Home

Local Elections are on Might 4th intently followed by a Common Election on June eighth. You’re registered to vote, but you’re snowed beneath! Perhaps juggling work and family commitments, however convinced you must do one thing to help el...

by Heidi Harley - 6 years ago

Rags to Rags

A pal mentioned one thing the other day I hadn’t heard shortly – the thought of ‘Rags to Rags in Three Generations’. The story happens more often than you might think. The ‘first era’ of a household begins with nothing, however via onerous work and i...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Star Boot Sale – Raising Money for Refugees

I’ve helped organise an eBay public sale of movie star memorabilia and bric-a-brac. In an try and be funny, I’ve referred to as it a Star Boot Sale, but don’t let that put you off… Tim Burgess, Alex Turner, Paul McCartney, Da...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

I think I may have had a brilliant idea!

My favorite Pizza Categorical pizza is a basic base Margherita with additional Scorching Green Peppers. It prices £10.10 – £eight.45 for the pizza and £1.65 for the extra topping. However it’s also potential to purchase it one other method. You...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Blur: 'We used to take it in turns to punch each other'

Back in Hong Kong, where they recorded their album The Magic Whip, Damon, Graham, Alex and Dave speak about falling out and making up, the state of British pop music and why 90s Britpop was a wasted alternativeHong Kong in July could be a disorientat...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

On my radar: Thea Gilmore’s cultural highlights

The singer-songwriter on the return of Blur, the loneliness in Edward Hopper’s work, BBC TV satire W1A and the inspirational environment of LiverpoolSinger-songwriter Thea Gilmore grew up in Oxford earlier than leaving residence in her teenagers to w...