An occasional comment on language by Alan Lloyd
Resident writer Helen Donlon gets into the opening parties of the worlds biggest clubland
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Sex, Satire and the Supernatural by B. J. Rahn
London Grip online exhibition Focusing The Gaze the portraits of Adam Hahn
Archive 2008 Londongrip . . . Politics & Society My May 1968
Archive 2008 Londongrip . . . Psychotherapy The Many Roads to Ordinary Happiness by Jane McChrystal
Duncan Prowse considers the 40th anniversary of May ’68, supposedly the climax to all that the 1960s stood for.
London grip exhibition Photographs by Zygmunt Nowak-Solinski (2008)
It is the hottest month of the season. Between emotional sunsets, a full moon and the green ray, Ibiza resident Helen Donlon gets nocturnal with clubland icons Rose Bee, Alter Ego, Rebeka Brown, Mo Moniz and Francois Kevorkian.
Archive 2008 Music: London Grip Goes To Glastonbury 2008 The Morning After Glastonbury Music Festival is the biggest annual event in Britain.
Museums: Hadrian / Babylon Duncan Prowse reviews new exhibitions at the British Museum, London, 2008 – 2009
Archive 2008 Museums Hadrian / Babylon Duncan Prowse reviews new exhibitions at the British Museum, London, 2008 – 2009 What is the connection between the Tower of Babel, Bob Marley, Thomas Hobbes, Blake, Psalm 137, commercial contract law, the 60 minute hour, the 360 degree circle and the American invasion of Iraq? Answer: Babylon.
What really happened & how to survive it. Michael Davenport , London Grip’s economics editor, reflects