We are pleased to announce the winning entry for the 'I love Barnet' photographic competition. Taken by Mark from Burtonhole Lane NW7, overlooking Totteridge Valley. Congratulations Mark. @MillHillLibrary @ChildHilLibrary @LibrariesIB @BarnetCouncil @Phoenixcinema @InsideMillHill pic.twitter.com/qSzm5fPA14— Barnet Libraries (@BarnetLibraries) January 7, 2020
Copyright 1979 & 2020 Pete Conway/Roger Tichborne
This is the second verse of a song I co wrote with Pete Conway in 1979, which I have slightly updated. The song is about awaking from a nightmare, to find that reality is even worse. I never dreamed that when we wrote it, we'd have a situation 40 years later, where a President of the USA would threaten cultural heritage sites. It is depressing beyond belief. I always used to believe that sane rational people would always seek to leave the world a better place after they've gone. What will Trumps legacy be? I hope it is not the same as the Taliban smashing ancient treasures in Afghanistan.
A bit of a dry time of year, but here are a few to note. Starting with tonight!
The Stephen Rushton Sextet - 8 Jan - One of the UK's most in-demand drummer, percussionist & multi instrumentalists w/ an impressive list of credits to his name. Worked w/ Imelda May on her number one albums, & w/ Jeff Beck on his Grammy nominated album! Not to be missed. Plz RT— Mill Hill Jazz Club (@millhilljazz) January 4, 2020
This Sunday in Finchley
And coming up
And coming up at The Arts Depot
An Indian Abroad comes to @artsdepot in one month! The one man show from comedian, performer and pro wrestling manager Pariah Khan follows a young Indian man on a gap year to Britain. Buy your ticket here: https://t.co/47MhMdkAAX pic.twitter.com/2ZrBaOlHMj— Hari Ramakrishnan (@PariahKhan) January 6, 2020