Saturday, April 18, 2020
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523 people hospitalised with #Covid_19 at Northwick Park (& sister trusts) have been discharged since March 4th. Tragically 364 people have died there. 250 people still being treated as of yesterday. I can only begin to imagine the sense of loss (1/2) https://t.co/Zy2nAFHff1— Gareth Thomas MP (@GarethThomasMP) April 18, 2020
Source Ref. MyLondon.news
Monday, April 13, 2020
"A short lived detective drama from 1972. Never caught on with the American public."
With Andre the Giant as Little Bim, Jean Paul Sartre as Walleye Molloy and Jean Cocteau as Huggy Bear
"...cut together by playwright Danny Thompson, cofounder of Chicago’s Theater Oobleck." Ref: Open Culture. Via Martin Doyle on Twitter
Monday, April 06, 2020
Friday, April 03, 2020
"A family from Kent who shared a video of their living room performance of a lockdown-themed adaptation of a Les Misérables song have become a sensation online. Ben and Danielle Marsh and their four children changed the lyrics of One Day More to reflect common complaints during the Covid-19 lockdown. They say the video, which has gone viral, was intended to give friends and family a laugh during this stressful time" (Guardian News - YouTube)
The Obscure Object of Desire We’ve added this index of all the contributors to the Willesden Herald short story book series and Sto...