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Discovering Hendrix at Handel & Hendrix in London

Post 114: Soundscapes

This latest post we have guitarist Tom Attah talking about his involvement in the project: The process of creating the musical part of this historic building’s soundscape started with a … Continue reading

1 February 2016 · Leave a comment

Post 113: Spot the Difference

So, late last year, before the Christmas break, the scaffolding finally came down. Our view from the window was finally clear and we couldn’t believe how much light we had … Continue reading

18 January 2016 · 1 Comment

Post 112: Pretty Green

New Director Michelle and I went to a glamorous fashion party late last week to see Liam Gallagher’s latest collection for his label Pretty Green. And they were very pretty … Continue reading

14 January 2016 · Leave a comment

Post 111: Mentoring Handel & Hendrix

Time has flown and as we near the end of the year, so too is the building phase of our capital project. Tim Caulton, our Heritage Lottery Fund mentor talks about … Continue reading

18 December 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 110: Not open quite yet…

Apologies for the lack of postings recently things have been a bit hectic around here. In case you hadn’t noticed, which is probably unlikely, there has been some publicity about … Continue reading

6 November 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 109: Rock on!

As an organisation we have started building relationships with a whole raft of different communities and people that previously we wouldn’t have come across which is making life really entertaining … Continue reading

12 October 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 108: Testing, testing

  We have all had a very enjoyable moment trying out the new Studio for size. Having only really imagined it on paper the excitement of actually sitting in the room … Continue reading

9 October 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 107: 45 years ago today

Exactly a year on from Post 61 and things have moved on considerably, we are not quite there yet but it won’t be long before visitors will be able to … Continue reading

18 September 2015 · 2 Comments

Post 106: Wind of change

As the summer ends and the season is changing, people have begun talking about Christmas parties and the fact that the builders won’t be here for them…. I confess I am … Continue reading

11 September 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 105: Great British Plaster Off

I have mentioned previously my unlikely romantic notions about the construction industry and the attraction of doing a job that makes a very obvious difference. Well I have now pinned down … Continue reading

4 September 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 104: Wow

I am speechless ….well almost. This has been a very special week as the scaffold at the back of the building was completely removed and we had the first proper … Continue reading

20 August 2015 · 1 Comment

Post 103: Summer blogging happened so fast

After a brief interlude with chair and learning studio updates I’m back and so much has happened on every front. The highlight is that in a brilliant move a colleague has … Continue reading

14 August 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 102: Jimi’s Chair

Guest post, occasioned by a transfer of accumulated items sourced for the re-creation of Jimi’s bedroom into store at the Museum. Its been a long and very detailed road, taking … Continue reading

30 July 2015 · Leave a comment

Post 101: Kitting out the new learning spaces

Whilst the builders’ continue gallantly with all the physical work on our fantastic pair of houses, my mind has been full of ideas of what exactly to put in our … Continue reading

23 July 2015 · Leave a comment

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