People Power: Fighting for Peace

It’s very easy to feel despondent about politics, both domestic and international. Whether you’re pro or anti Trump, believe Brexit is the end of Britain or the beginning, or nuclear war is a real threat or a load of hot air (no pun intended), it’s clear that there’s some divisive decisions being made by thoseContinue reading “People Power: Fighting for Peace”

Creative Writing – Happy Glorious Cranbrook

On Wednesday 31st May, 7pm-9pm, head to the beautiful Happy Glorious on Cranbrook High Street, 47 High St, Cranbrook TN17 3EE. £25 per person, or two for £35 – price includes a glass of wine/tea and coffee and nibbles. Get in touch with Kate to book. Join us at this creative writing workshop for adults; aContinue reading “Creative Writing – Happy Glorious Cranbrook”

An interview with deux furieuses

Music can change the world. But in a bubblegum pop world where image matters, nice sells, and speaking out can cause a media backlash, artists find themselves stepping away from activism. Not so deux furieuses. The video for new single Time to Mourn/From Fear to Fury tells the story of a reluctant refugee leaving his war tornContinue reading “An interview with deux furieuses”

Being bold for change – Kent creativity

March 8th is the annual International Women’s Day, celebrated globally. Since its beginnings in the 1900s IWD grown in its mission to celebrate the unity of women, females and girls around the world, whilst at the same time advocating gender parity. Some ask whether we still need such a day, but when you consider thatContinue reading “Being bold for change – Kent creativity”

FloVibe – where retreat meets beats

The thing about most festivals is that whilst they are super fun, the combination of mud, hangovers and tiredness can make you feel pretty rubbish. You return on Monday depleted and depressed, ready to sleep for a month. The creators of FloVibe – Jason Pooley (The House of Yoga) and collaborator Lou Wellby of Jam SandwichContinue reading “FloVibe – where retreat meets beats”