Liberal amounts of T-T worship in venerable shrine

James Walsh: Culture Matters
THERE’S something magical about gigs in unusual locations, be it inside a giant shoe or at a 1960s motorway service station.
Bookshops may not be as odd as the imagined scenarios above but they can be pretty special.
So when I found out Chris T-T was playing at Housmans, the venerable radical bookshop in London, I had to be there.
Housmans is long-time publisher of a peace diary and mine reminds me of all the collective heroes of the anti-war movement over the years — and also to file this column.
We arrive early, to be greeted by a cheery volunteer on the door,... read more

4 October 2016 in Editorial, Views: 29
Source: Morning Star

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