Seen down Farringdon way…

Spotted today on the way to get a saw (or two) in Farringdon Road. Is the Royal Anti-Grab device available commercially? P

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Another music in a different kitchen (ware)

In the sweltering Saturday spring sunshine a lone man plays a steady beat on some kitchenware and two large water containers which when all packed away neatly fit in (and out of) a suitcase. What was mad was that the cowbell sounding melody was played on some small pots you’d probably boil milk in.

Today his patch was at the entrance to the Millennium Bridge. The Jehovah’s Witnesses opposite didn’t seem too impressed with his noise but it sounded good to us! P

A cold lunchtime tinkle on the ivories

Just as I was wondering what I was going to stick in the blog today, I bumped into Piano Around London’s James Tofalli happily tinkling the ivories outside Sainsbury’s in Holborn. He has a lovely sound, a nice little set-up and a great sign too! It would have been nice if someone had donated a portable heater to him as it was bitterly cold this lunchtime. Keep up the good work James!

Are you being served?

Here’s next week’s menu for the Fourth Floor Restaurant at the LSE where the food is good and cheap as chips (a main course and a bottle of water for just over a fiver) and the staff are very friendly. There’s a roof terrace which is ideal when the weather’s nice to enjoy your meal on. The restaurant is open to all too not just LSE students, so if you’re passing…

By the way Wright’s Bar next door to the LSE old building does a nice cheap sarnie by the way (Cheese and Pickle in a crusty white roll – £1)! P

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