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.
March 19, 2016 | Categories: Live Music Event Videography, Live Music Photography, Live Music Videography, Photography, Social History, Video | Tags: Fat White Family, House of Vans, Lias Saoudi, saul adamchewski, Whitest Boy on the Beach | Leave a comment
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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.