After a long career as a computer analyst, Keith Davidson decided to follow his passion and become a full-time artist. Initially, he chose to focus on photography and digital manipulation; those disciplines enabled him to establish a natural, comfortable relationship with the computer as an artistic tool.
Mike Moran in his rugby kit in 1991 Mike Moran owner of Top Hat dry cleaners is a larger-than-life character within the close-knit Devonshire Road community. He supports local charities and schools and is one of the main people behind the popular and successful annual Devonshire Road Street Party. This year’s event will be held […]
Artists at Home 2017 57 pop-up exhibitions await you across Chiswick, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush. 71 artists will be delighted to welcome you to their houses, studios and flats, to view paintings, glass-making, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photographs, textiles, and jewellery. This is an exciting chance to discover new original work for your home and to […]
To some, he’s the DJ/producer godfather of Nu Skool Breaks, a style of drum ‘n’ bass dance music that gripped the club scene in the 1990’s. To others, he is the Hammersmith father of two who rides a punchy motorbike, owns two cats and says he has a pet alligator called Roderick. But, in recent […]
Grove Neighbourhood Centre is pleased to announce a new One Day Urban Yoga Retreat on 12 November 2016. Lisa Lawton and Zaz Grumbar who teach local weekly yoga classes (Lisa – Tuesdays 7pm, Zaz – Fridays 9.30am) will bring their joint expertise to create this unique one day event. In our busy world where family […]
Speaking in a booming voice down a crackling telephone line from Lapland in the Arctic Circle, Father Christmas reveals the history of his many names, his reliance on technology and the challenges of not waking children when delivering presents Q. Hello. Am I really talking to Father Christmas? You certainly are! Q. Wow! Can you […]