|Brighton, The Odditorium, ‘The Ghosts of Watling Street’ Alan Moore
||[May. 31st, 2017|01:19 pm]
Wednesday 24 May: Brighton, The Odditorium, ‘The Ghosts of Watling Street’ Alan Moore|
That day we went to Brighton, a lovely afternoon browsing in the lanes. Then after dinner in the sunshine we went to find the found our spiegeltent , with lots of quirky bars and got some lovely front seats. Lovely evening as bumped into many friends and then it was our main reason to be going, to see Alan Moore as part of the Brighton Fringe.
The odditorium presents: ‘The Ghosts of Watling Street’, inspired by Higgs’ latest book. Looking forward to reading it when it comes out. We had three fantastic psychogeographer/visionary authors – Alan Moore, Iain Sinclair and John Higgs – telling us tales from their writing and journey through Britain’s oldest roads Watling Street , that goes from Dover to Wales. Very inspirational and this was the perfect trio (also as friendly as always afterwards ) We also had music by David Bramwell’s eight-piece, Oddfellow’s Casino themed around Watling Street and the Principality of Sealand. A great evening and a perfect excuse to pop to Brighton to the day.
Perfect ending with the one and only Alan Moore and he even remembered us