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New Escapologist Issue Five launch event

09 May 2011 | News Archive

That there’s a New Escapologist gathering in Glasgow on 10th May 2011. If you fancy coming along, we’ll be at The Arches (beneath Central Station) between 6pm and 9pm. >Facebook event page. >Event page at The Arches. All are welcome. Bring friends. Meet the creative team behind the magazine, mingle with other readers and buy […]

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New Escapologist Issue Five available now

08 April 2011 | News Archive

Issue Five of New Escapologist is out now! My journalistic contributions include an interview with Alain de Botton, an account of my time living in a Glaswegian attic, and a new editorial called ‘Behind the scenes of New Escapologist’. Also in this issue are Dickon Edwards on bedsits and Quentin Crisp; Tom Mellors on Bohemian […]

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Wringham & Godsil Podcast 28

30 March 2011 | News Archive

Episode 28 is online now! This time we podcast live from a motorway service station in the North of England. Rob has sushi. Dan has fajitas. The hand-held recording device has some 69p zinc-based batteries. We’re ready to go! From Dan’s car, we discuss public toilet politics; Dan’s misinterpretation of the Jesus resurrection story; promote […]

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Wringham & Godsil Podcast: Series 2

18 March 2011 | News Archive

Our rambling, shambling, deliciously-dangling podcast makes a triumphant return with Episode 27: “A is for Beginnings”. This slice of podcast pie is also known as “Series 2, Episode 1”. Yes, we’ve decided to complicate the future of our once-simple numbering scheme. Needless to say, we anticipate a tsunami of frustrated fan backlash. But wait! In […]

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9th March-25th May 2011: Robert Wringham and the Chrono-Synclastic Infundibulum

03 March 2011 | News Archive

As a piece of performance art, I am making myself available to the public, every Wednesday noontime for the next three months. As if at the whim of a chrono-synclastic infundibulum, I will appear at Glasgow’s Kibble Palace between 12:00 and 13:00 every Wednesday until the end of May. You’ll find me sitting near the […]

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