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Leading TV and film actor Shaun Dooley who has played alongside Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black Woman will read Brenda's Bottom

Brenda's Bottom and her birds in London is Tlon Publishing's first children's book and it is achieving merit and cult status for its uniqueness. Known as a 'funny read', good for kids aged 3-7 to known the book has strong underlining messages about body image in children. It is indeed a feminist piece of work straight from a strong minded author, Clare Stanhope. 

We were so pleased to have Shaun Dooley will Brenda's Bottom as part of the Brockley Max festival and we will return next year with a new celebrity!

Location and time: Hilly Fields, Brockley, London SE4 @ 4pm Saturday 4th June 2016 


You can buy your copy of Brenda's Bottom here for £6.99 - postage is free

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Jason Shelley's book of selected poetry, No Looking Back is available to buy. 

(image No Turning Point, artist Vishal Shah. Prints available. Enquire within) 



'no turning point' 

Is this the turning point or not. 
The turning point, for what? 
I've said to myself that sometimes I have struggled; 
I've struggled to operate. 
Hardly alive. 
Squashed, little. 

Now I'm saying to myself, this is the turning point. 
I'll stay the same. 
I can feel the inside of me, though. 
It is there. 
Sometimes it is hidden. 
Sometimes it isn't.


No Looking Back 
Jason Shelley 
ISBN 9780954146801 
Tlon Books Publishing 2002 

Buy the complete book below


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Jason Shelley's reading of Grey Love at the If Yesterday Were Today exhibition in East London.

This is the London edition of an art show that has travelled to Barga, Italy and Berlin in 2016.

Hosts, Berlin Blue exhibit at Apiary Studios in Hackney, London: 458 Hackney Road, E2 9EG

Shelley read at the Private View, 8.30pm Thursday 3rd December 2015


Grey Love is in short supply. The first edition is nearly sold out but we have put some aside to sell through the Tlon Media London website. Buy your copy here, free postage anywhere in the world

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We are very excited to have a presence in Brockley SE4 on Brockley Road. It is a great place to work in and we are noticing more and more likeminded people also work in the area. 

We would like to create the opportunity to share our space with local freelancers and would do so on an hourly or daily basis. It would be a great opportunity to work within a vibrant environment. We installed fast speed fibre optics here and the room is available for individuals aswell as as a meeting space that can be prebooked. 
Rates would be cheaper than an Internet cafe or a cafe, you just have to bring your own laptop. 
We are based in the seven sided 'dome' circular room on the first floor above Crofton Park Library, 375 Brockley Road, SE4.
Hourly per person: £4.00 per hour   
Daily per person: £15 per day
Meeting room: £10 per hour
Contact Elizabeth Storey to book. Elizabeth.Storey @tlon

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New Club Night at the Rivoli Ballroom No.4: Club Rouges Presents Disco

Buy tickets from for this great Disco night, with resident DJ Kobayashi and featuring cabaret act London's freshest new ukelele act, the Martini Encounter 'an all-singing, all-strumming trio, performing an intoxicating cocktail lounge. They're kitsch and classy, with swinging harmonies and ukuleles, shaken and stirred.'

The Martini Encounter gave it their best shot at Edinburgh Fringe this summer and we thought they'd be perfect for the ballroom! ''A cheeky dollop of late night variety, hosted by the witty and playful ukulele strumming, close harmony singing trio – The Martini Encounter. Featuring special guests nightly on a bill which bulges with the best and naughtiest cabaret and variety acts from the Fringe. A cacophony of cocktails, sequins and agreeably small instruments, The Martini Encounter bring a whiff of threadbare sophistication to the Fringe, as they bask in sublime vocal harmonies and an often surprising repertoire ranging from The Muppets to Blur. Bottoms up!'

Night is Saturday 28th November 2015



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As part of the Barga exhibition Jason Shelley reads his classic, Grey Love with new work and haikus

Time: 7pm at the Bel Canto Gallery

Date: 13th July 2015

As part of an exhibition with Renata Kudlacek, Vishal Shah, Emma Barnard et al in Barga...

If Yesterday Were Today...
An international group show
Barga > Berlin > London
Barga, Italy: 11.07 - 18.07 2015 ( ‘Piazzette’ Culture Festival)


Artists: Emma Barnard, Giulietta Coates, DIZQO, Christina Kaemper, Renata Kudlacek, Stine Ljungdalh,
Nele Ouwens, Jitiesh Patel, Vishal Shah, Jason Shelley,
Performances: Jobina Bardai & Maggie Cappelletti
Music: Giovanni Verga


Commune di Barga, Atrium, Palazzo Pancrazi
Via Guglielmo Marconi 1, Barga
Performance dates:
Saturday, 11.07.2015, 5.30 pm
Thursday, 16.07.2015, 5.30 pm


Bel Canto Gallery
Piazza Angelio 5, 55051 Barga
Vernissage dates:
Saturday, 11.07.2015, 7 pm
Thursday, 16.07.2015, 7 pm
Monday, 13.07.2015, 7 pm


In July 2014 a group of international artists were brought together in Barga, Italy, to celebrate the wedding of a couple. One year later that same group of artists return to Barga and offer the town a unique International group show ‘If Yesterday Were Today...’ and recreate the spirit of the time.


It soon became clear that artists live in and share cities, time passes, work grows and people drift into different parts of the world. The beautiful town Barga represents an atmosphere and vibrant zone where artists spread across the world can reunite in a unique way. Residents and visitors will witness a wide set of disciplines and creations from figurative painting to abstract installations, from performance art to costume design. The collective curatation of ‘If Yesterday were Today...’ emerged from the act of sharing by giving to the town of Barga, from artists of many different countries, cultures, nationalities and backgrounds.


In what way does our past affect our present? How do we make sense of our personal and collective history? Wouldn't it be nice if we could turn back time? Or do we prefer the present to the past?


Walter Benjamin’s essay Thesis on the Philosophy of History is a meditation on a prize possession, a Klee drawing he had purchased a time before: ‘A Klee drawing named “Angelus Novus” shows an angel looking as though he is about to move away from something he is fixedly contemplating. His eyes  are staring, his mouth is open, his wings are spread. This is how one pictures the angel of history. His face is turned toward the past… The angel would like to stay, awaken the dead, and make whole what has been smashed.’


With ‘If Yesterday were Today...’ the artists may turn towards the past - towards meaningful moments of general or personal history - in order to transfer aspects of it into the present. In the broader sense the exhibition approaches and questions the concept of time and its effects on daily life with multi-layered or playful narratives.


‘If Yesterday were Today...’ is a traveling exhibition and will be on display in Berlin from September 12th - 20th 2015 and in London 3rd - 6th December 2015.


VOLT by Maniac and Idol

Edition 10

Photographic Digital Print

20cm x 40cm

Cost: £160 plus £8 postage

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This is an example of the great artwork available from The London Media Co.

Biog: Royal College of Art (2003). Lives in London and Berlin. Founded Arted with Emma Barnard
Title of work: Fairytale
Medium: 4 colour screen print on paper
Price: Unframed £450. Framed £620.
Edition: 6
Size: 60 x 60cm

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artist Renata Kudlacek

title of work Fairytale

medium: 4 colour screen print on paper
price: unframed £450
price: framed £620
edition: 6
size: 60 x 60cm

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  • Price: £450.00