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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
15th August 1992 Martha Blackburn, Canada newspaper publisher (London Free Press), dies
15th August 1973 David Storey's Cromwell, premieres in London
15th August 1968 Pirate Radio Free London, begins transmitting
15th August 1961 Matt Johnson, lead singer of The The, was born in London.
15th August 1950 Princess Anne, was born in St James Palace, London.
15th August 1946 Comedy actor and presenter Tony Robinson was born in Homerton, London.
15th August 1928 Born today: Nicolas Roeg, London England, cinematographer/director (Aria, Eureka)
15th August 1875 Composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was born in London.
15th August 1858 Childrens author Edith Nesbit was born in Kennington, London.
Art, Ethics and Chilled Music
Chilled music to enjoy, if you can find the door that is
Location: Richmond Road, Dalston, E8 4AA
Description: This art space in Dalston is really something, that's if you can find the door to get in!
Hidden down a back alley off Kingsland Road in Dalston, 'Passing Clouds' isn't the easiest place to find, but that's part of the appeal. This art space is the brainchild of Oxford graduate William Beaufroy and is occupied by a collection of well-educated artists, musicians and performing artists.
Taking a stance for artistic impression, conscious education, social welfare, but above all, harmony amongst people - this really is a welcoming venue.
With strange folk, a delightful colonial boudoir upstairs, and of course a couple of bars for refreshment, you can take in and enjoy the afro beats, reggae, dub, funk, Balkan and Latin tunes...all this in a really happy atmosphere.