A few days ago an invitation dropped into my inbox that was impossible to refuse. It was from the South London Gallery (SLG) inviting me to a Noise Summit. As a dedicated noisemaker there was no question about… read more
Today was the last day of Shambala Festival 2013. Shambala’s a creative, family-friendly festival that takes place near Market Harborough, and for the last three days it’s been my home.
Although this is only the second… read more
Every day, on the Today programme, BBC Radio Four airs Thought for the Day, a three-minute slot that offers reflections from a faith perspective on issues and people in the news. Usually a religious leader or thinker gives that… read more
It’s 11am and Nez and I have just left Truro on a train bound for London. We’ve been in Cornwall for the last two days having a lovely time. I’m heading home feeling happy and relaxed.
Yesterday I ran… read more
Yesterday I woke early, as did my friend Nez who’d stayed at the castle last night. By 8.00am we were on our way to Paddington Station and from there we were soon speeding through the countryside towards Penryn.
I’m… read more
In the past few weeks summer’s at last swung into action, and as we race towards August it’s time for another Tourettes-inspired horoscope.
Here are your predictions, mighty Leos, for your lion hearts and your hedgehog heads.
I’m intrigued… read more
An Open Letter to Nick Gorse, Dean of Camberwell.
A few weeks ago, on the spur of the moment, four friends and I chose to go to the private view of the BA degree show at Camberwell College… read more
A couple of weeks ago my friend Sally sent me a message with a link to a project called ‘Hello Lamp Post’ saying, ‘I saw this and thought of you’.
It’s not surprising that it made her think… read more
Last night Poppy and I were hanging out at Leftwing Idiot’s and while we were all in the living room deciding what to watch, my tics started berating yet another inanimate object in his flat.
The focus of their… read more
Last night Leftwing Idiot and I headed into town for a night of comedy at the Bloomsbury Theatre. Mixing Tourettes Syndrome and live performance can have unexpected and volatile results so I’m extremely careful in choosing what to go and… read more