Through the lens of Lou Smith.

Social History

Fat White Family. House of Vans. March 18/03/2016

Lias, clearly shattered from his Moonlandingz exploits in Texas giving his best shot at connecting with the equally bemused Dizzee Rascal fans. We, (Ed Kingpin ) got VIP passes, free merch and drink tokens, so were well happy, the boys looked and sounded great, kept it up-tempo (No Goodbye Goebbels for this lot) and a swathe of the yute were left thinking, ‘Well that was something’ Lighting was pretty rad too.

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Sleaze, Meatraffle, Warmdüscher. Windmill, Brixton. March 9th 2016.


War Horse comes to Peckham.

Members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment congregated on Lyndhurst Way in Peckham this morning. They were joined by Joey, the National Theatre’s life-size puppet horse from War Horse. They were there as part of a project devised by local Artist and social historian Melissa Jo Smith  to re-create a scene captured in 1915 in the exact same location. Click on the image to zoom. 

 Lyndhurst panorama