Marc Bolan

Londoners Unfriendly? No We Bloody Well Aren't!

Charles Donovan | Posted 11.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Charles Donovan

"Born Londoners are actually rather friendly", I typed. "It's the blow-ins that aren't". I was swiftly accused of both xenophobia and elitism, so I had to clarify. Londoners come in every race and creed imaginable.

How Marc Bolan Changed My Life

Emma Page | Posted 20.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Emma Page

I've been to see the musical 20th Century Boy: The Marc Bolan Story three times now and each time I find myself totally blown away. I've been to Barnes to lay flowers down at the site where he passed on some 36 years since his life was so tragically cut short whilst still in his prime.

Existentialism on Main Street: The Rock & Roll Philosophy of Albert Camus

Chris Price | Posted 04.03.2013 | Home
Chris Price

On 4 January 1960 Albert Camus, the writer, absurdist philosopher and beloved intellectual pin-up of post-war France, was returning to Paris from his home in Provence after the Christmas holiday. Just short of his destination, the Facel Vega in which he was a passenger skidded off the road and concertinaed into a tree, killing him instantly.

The David Bowie Legacy

Melissa Mostyn-Thomas | Posted 12.12.2012 | Home
Melissa Mostyn-Thomas

The latest event to commemorate rock's best-known chameleon is Strange Fascination?, a three-day symposium taking place at Limerick University in a fortnight's time, where his many stage personae will undoubtedly be dissected many times over.