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Musical clash in Camden

May 22nd 2009
Camden Calling, launched as an umbrella for arts projects for the homeless, have already organized their first event - Benefit by Audio - and are raising funds to help people access the arts. The first event is on 8th August, running from 7pm to midnight at the Forum in Kentish Town. Bands performing on the night are The Thirst, Bugz in the Attic, Penny Black Remedy, Motiv, Brixton Hillbillies, New Adventures, and Redtrack. Alexis Brooks, of Camden Calling, told us: "To promote this event, we are planning to hold several acoustic gigs at pub venues and would particularly be interested to hear from any homeless that would like to play. In return, we can cover their travel and give them a free ticket for the big night itself." If you're interested, contact her by email at

June 2008



A wake-up call from Broadway and the Corporation of London

Olympic experience

Pavement out-patients

Alcohol gel is the new meths, and just as dangerous

Teenagers leave homeless man blind

It's lonely being homeless in Newcastle

New start at Spitalfields Crypt Trust

The homeless carbon footprint

Rising food prices hit home

Tories in Crisis... for a launch

Musical clash in Camden

Rough sleeper evicted from car park

Where's Justiceville?

Finding 'The Pie Man?'

More on the 'Black Widow' murders

Knowing your limits

The Barka Foundation


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