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Punch and Judy

Last weekend in another guise (as a Pirate Captain) at the Fitzrovia Fete, I met Robert Styles (should I call him Professor?) as he was dismantling his booth.  I’m not a great fan of the events that happen during these … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s pirate workshop at the Pollocks Toy Museum Fitzrovia Fete

Ahoy there! Pirates of all ages joined me on Saturday at the Fitzrovia Fete, organised by the magical Pollocks Toy Museum, to demonstrate that pirates have remarkably inventive drawing skills.   While pirates swashbuckled, crocodiles snapped, musicians played, Punch and … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg at Pollocks Toy Museum again

This week I called in again at Pollocks Toy Museum, to chat with D, ex-curator who comes in to the museum once a week to catalogue its contents – a mammoth task, as the museum has a myriad of nooks … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg at Pollocks Toy Museum

My first visit to Pollocks Toy Museum in London’s Fitzrovia district was many years ago with my young daughter.  An added delight at the moment is a series of artists’ responses to the collection. Where else could you see singing … Continue reading

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