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Morris 175 Weekend

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4 to 6 September 2009

Come and celebrate the 175th anniversary of William Morris’s birth in the magical setting of Kelmscott House, Morris’s home for the last 18 years of his life. It was here that Morris developed his skills in carpet weaving and printed the Kelmscott Chaucer and Jane and May, his wife and daughter, produced beautiful embroideries.

Our festival will take place in the Coach House, where Morris once held meetings of the Socialist League and speakers included George Bernard Shaw & W B Yeats.

The weekend will include music, song, theatre, talks, a local Arts & Crafts walk, as well as fun and party food.

Read More for the Full Programme and ticket prices

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 August 2009 13:15

Venue Change for Komedia Gig

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There has been a last minute change in location for the gig in Brighton on the 1st July.

This gig will now be held at the Latest MusicBar on Manchester Street.

Please check out the gigs page for the address and more information. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 June 2009 12:35

Leon in the Guardian

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On the 5th of June the Guardian marked Leon's 50th anniversary with an article from Iain Aitch, who interviewed Leon about his years of "artfully stirring things up". If you missed the paper copy, read the full article online at the guardian.co.uk
Last Updated on Monday, 15 June 2009 19:21

50th Anniversary Concert Videos

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A concert celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Leon Rosselson's songwriting career was held at the Tricycle Theatre on the 29th March 2009. The concert was a sell-out success and greatly enjoyed by all lucky enough to be there. For those who missed it, or those who would like to see it again, the whole concert was captured on video, two clips from which you can now see on the website or on YouTube.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 June 2010 11:26

Guardian Reviews A Proper State

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The Guardian today reviewed the latest album, A Proper State. "..he has continued to perfect his skills, with surprising results. This new album is predictably angry, but at times startlingly original and sophisticated". See the full article at the guardian.co.uk
Last Updated on Monday, 15 June 2009 23:08

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