Saturday, October 31, 2020

Welcome,

Just a bloke who likes walking the streets of London, discovering life from my own viewpoint, camera in one hand and no sense of direction in the other. This is my (new) blog.

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Advertising Absence.

One noticeable hit to business during the coronavirus pandemic has been to the advertising industry. Whilst electronic billboards, such as at bus...

Hospitality industry protest.

Hospitality workers protest in Parliament Square against the UK’s coronavirus restrictions, which they say will devastate their industry.

George and Devonshire Chiswick.

Standing proud against the ugliness and incessant noise of the Chiswick roundabout is the pretty public house of the George and Devonshire....

Joe Allen restaurant.

The boarded-up front of the Joe Allen restaurant in London's theatreland. The venue, popular amongst actors, was forced to shut its doors...

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Advertising Absence.

One noticeable hit to business during the coronavirus pandemic has been to the advertising industry. Whilst electronic billboards, such as at bus...

Hospitality industry protest.

Hospitality workers protest in Parliament Square against the UK’s coronavirus restrictions, which they say will devastate their industry.

George and Devonshire Chiswick.

Standing proud against the ugliness and incessant noise of the Chiswick roundabout is the pretty public house of the George and Devonshire....

Joe Allen restaurant.

The boarded-up front of the Joe Allen restaurant in London's theatreland. The venue, popular amongst actors, was forced to shut its doors...

Admiralty Citadel.

The Citadel was constructed between 1940 and 1941 as a bomb-proof operations centre for the Admiralty at a...

Former U.S. Embassy, Grosvenor Square.

The United States Embassy was synonymous with Grosvenor Square until recently. The building closed in 2018 and moved to a new site...

Garrick Arms.

Walking from Leicester Square into the Charing Cross road and you can't fail to notice the boarded-up pub of the Garrick...

Six at the Lyric.

Image of the Lyric Theatre on Shaftebury Avenue as it prepares to host the first musical to be performed in the West End after coronavirus restrictions forced the closure of all theatres.