John Callaway continues his love letter in photography to live music, after a recent gig at the Old House At Home pub in Milton.
Another fine afternoon at the Old House At Home Milton courtesy of the Pompey Punk N’ Roll Garden Party III. Cheers to Chris Abbott and everyone else involved in putting this on, with live music from The Dinz and The Blue Carpet Band and sounds from Surf City DJs.
Keep music live, people. Turn up, buy a beer, put a few quid in the bucket for the bands.
Local resident and photographer John Callaway, gives us a glimpse into Portsmouth’s hidden places with his stunning photography of Farlington Marshes. At a time when those that would govern us seem unable to communicate other than in [… read more ]
Community reporter, Paul Valentine, reviews the recent Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO) performance, Backwards Glimpses, at Portsmouth Guildhall on 24th January 2019, conducted by Jacek Kaspszyk. I mused during this performance on the irony that is current concert-going, [… read more ]
Journeys Festival International continues tonight with ASYLUM Portsmouth, devised as a musical response to Brexit and anti-migrant rhetoric. Working with locally acclaimed producers The People’s Lounge, ASYLUM Portsmouth aims to increase the exposure, skills, aspirations and [… read more ]