The Lagos Afro Funk Collective at OIRFC at my 70th.

The Lagos Afro Funk Collective at OIRFC at my 70th.

The Lagos Afro Funk Collective at OIRFC at my 70th.

Thanks to Muni’s dedicated filming there was some good footage of her husband Ed Emeka Keazor and The Afro Funk Collective playing at my party. It was an evening for dancing feet as after the Collective we had Dave Samuel’s Black Light keeping everyone...
Photo Gallery – Keef’s 70th – Party Night #2

Photo Gallery – Keef’s 70th – Party Night #2

Let me start by thanking everyone for coming – without you there was no point in doing anything. Then let me thank everyone at Old Isleworthians for the support with a special shout out to Kim and all the bar staff. If you thought Old Isleworthian’s had a...
No More Confined in Chiswick.  The Final Blog.

No More Confined in Chiswick. The Final Blog.

In my final Blog of the Chiswick Confined / My Corona Series I allow myself a rant about some of the nasty elements in British politics before calming down to saying thanks for reading one of the 160 or so blogs, to acknowledge my fortune in being able to shelter from Covid in a place with so many parks and gardens and sign off with two special pieces of music.

Chiswick Confined – Getting Back To Live Music

Chiswick Confined – Getting Back To Live Music

Clinging to hope that we will continue to enjoy new found freedoms I am relishing the opportunity for live music again, prompting the question ‘why does The Devil have all the best tunes’?

This will be the pen-ultimate blog of this series. It started as a means of documenting my lock down and as I will explain next week, it is time to move on.

Plundered History. Stolen Culture (part two)     Seeking The Truth

Plundered History. Stolen Culture (part two) Seeking The Truth

The second part of this blog exploring my post-covid reading comes out on International Museum Day. My recommended books question how the narrative around artifacts, publically displayed or hidden in private collections, needs to be rewritten to reflect the violent colonial looting that enabled the creation of western museums.

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