Category Archives: spring

WTC Spring 15

Writing the City I’ve been woefully slow to post our most recent series of WTC, so I’m going to put the entire archive of writing and the photos on one page – let’s call it WTC Spring ’15  Do take … Continue reading

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Spring ’14 WTC#2: Women and Work – bermondsey boxes and suffragette teapots

Women and Work: Celebrating the Purple Green and White International Women’s Day – or at least earlier that same week – was the perfect time to visit Tate Britain’s ‘Women and Work’ display,  looking at the industrial issues of the … Continue reading

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Spring ’14 WTC#1 sounds of the city

Who will buy this wonderful morning? What a great way to kick off the new season, with the sumptuous Jaki Irvine installation at Frith Street gallery in Golden Square! But first, some introductions at Mary Ward were in order, where … Continue reading

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Lights! Camera! Action!

The sixth and final meeting in the latest series of Writing The City found us in the Covent Garden branch of the London Film Museum Groovy as a Movie where fragments of just about every film made in or about … Continue reading

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We’re back! Spring #1 Lubetkin’s Shiny Spandrels

Nothing’s Too Good For Ordinary People Sharp sunshine, an unexpected bonus as we met (some brand new writers alongside returning Writing The City regulars) and off we went, to the London Metropolitan Archive’s Frost Fair exhibition, then back to Mary … Continue reading

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