Monday 3 December 2012


This Thursday - 6th of December - I'll be performing Kiss Me Quick at Peckham Space for their Open party, from 6pm

Then on Friday - December 7th - the film Mermaid Song that I made with Jude Cowan and Nick Baxter, will be showing at GHost IV at St. John on Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA (next to Bethnal Green tube)

On Sunday the 16th of December I'll be reading a poem or two at Jude Cowan's Music and Poetry night, from 8pm at the Full Stop Cafe, 202 Brick Lane, E1 6SA

And on Thursday December 20th I will be singing as The Grimm Reaper at Eschatology for Beginners: Music at the end-of-time, Ryan's Bar, 181 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 OUI, from 7.30pm

Wednesday 7 November 2012

On Thursday November the 22nd I will be at The Cockpit Theatre giving a talk about my artist residency at the Butterworth Centre, for Westminster Arts:

Arts of Wellbeing takes place at The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH <> <>

In October The Singing Ghost mysteriously appeared at Westminster Library. She was caught in sound by Arctic Circle for their Halloween Broadcast. You can listen to her here:

And also last month I performed with Jude Cowan and Paul Wady as part of World News Vision Ensemble for Vis's A Spoonful of Hoxton Poison. To see it on video go here:

Thursday 11 October 2012


This month sees me djing, singing and rallying...

This Friday October 12th I will be spinning the decks and making you dance at
The Castle, 44 Commercial Road East London
Free entry
DJs John the Revelator, Dave Bryant, Vox Pops and more tbc.
Soul and rock 'n' roll, indie and noise.
I'll be first on, so get there early!

Then on Monday October 29th I will be performing Singing Ghost for Arctic Circle's fundraiser Halloween Broadcast 2012.
With Glen Duncan
(reading from Tallulah Rising) with acoustic performances from The Real Tuesday Weld, David O'Dowda & The Singing Ghost

Monday 29 October 2012
at Westminster Reference Library 8.30pm
35 St. Martin's Street  London WC2H 7HP / Leicester Square tube

Come with us, on a spooky Halloween journey through the mysterious shelves of Westminster Reference Library. Who will we find on our journey? Guided by Ben Eshmade, the Creepy Keeper of the Penguins, prepare to meet David O’Dowda, tinkling the icy keys of his piano, watch out for singing ghosts, feral bears and Eskimos gone wrong. Is that a chill in the air? Sure is! Arctic Halloween chill! For more info follow this link:

And here is a picture of the placard I made for Guy Atkins' Make the March project:

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..United we stand, divided we fall...In terms of gender, I am currently reading The Equality Illusion by Kat Banyard and it has reminded me that despite the fact that we have achieved much in the struggle for equal rights with men, there is still a very long way to go. Page 3 still exists, equal pay is a myth. Media representations of women and our inability to throw off the ingrained social stereotyping that starts in the nursery mean that we must pull together and work harder for change. Men and women unite in the fight for equality! If we BELIEVE we CAN achieve! I am convinced that financial equality is also possible. Sharing comes naturally to some people and I think it should be considered a pure pleasure to spread the wealth, share the love as well as the money. We all benefit from the positivity of a happier and healthier society, there really is enough money to share so that our society can be bountiful for all of us. I was also exploring the premise that I am a whole and complete person, it is society that makes me disabled. We have the resources and the ability and as a society we have the responsibility to accept difference and to cherish one another for who, not what, we are. Let's unite for equality on all fronts, in all ways, for everyone!

For more information on the project visit:

Wednesday 12 September 2012

Hello everyone!

You are invited to a farewell party at The Montague Arms on Queen's Road in Peckham. After many years of fantastic pubbyness the venue has sadly closed down. There is a party to celebrate the wonderful life of the pub and the surreal entertainment that took place there over the years. From 8pm this Saturday September 15th. I will be performing Kiss Me Quick at the party, here's a snippet from my last Kiss Me Quick at A Spoonful of Hoxton Poison, thanks to Paul Wady for the vid:

And on Saturday September 22nd I'll be performing with Jude Cowan Montague at At Home With the Ludskis Meat Poppet Masquerade...The evening starts at 11.30pm and goes on til 2.30 in the morning at Rio Cinema, 107 Kingsland High Street, E8 2BP, it's £6 to get in.
Art Club Screening Happening with film performance music painting sculpture...
'From Dada to Grandma the beat goes on'

Intriguing & inspiring moving image makers, artists, music makers and performers, take over the Cinema for another unique late night art happening curated by Granny Ludski. Part of Scala Beyond film season.

'A truly alternative happening at this Dalston cinema space which provides 'plastic art, installation, live music, popcorn, intervention, painting, total art, post-contemporary, exhibition, screening, live performance' and more in tribute to Kingsland Palace founder (Dalston's first electric picture house on the site where the Rio now stands) Clara Ludski. Expect a totally surreal, totally bonkers happening across a variety of artistic platforms.' Time Out

And here's a little video of The Nunhead Experience on Sunday September 2nd where Vox Wonder Voice Activated Drawing Machine produced over a hundred drawings in 4 hours!
Hello... here is a link to Jude Cowan Montague's World News Vision at A Spoonful of Hoxton Poison earlier this month. I was a moth....

Saturday 1 September 2012

Hello everyone,
Come and find Vox Wonder on Nunhead Green tomorrow !

And this Tuesday September 4th you are invited to bring your art to The Old Community Centre at 56 Nunhead Lane SE15 3TU, for it to be included in the Nunhead Open 9 art exhibition. For more information follow this link:

Tuesday 7 August 2012

Here are some photos of my Kiss Me Quick performance at Kate Wiggs' Oh for the Love of Dada at the Betsey Trotwood pub last night...

Monday 30 July 2012

And later that same evening...there was fire at the Southbank
 Hello! Here are some pics of me and my Olympic confection sculptures at Pass the Flame, Connect the World, an exhibition at the SW1 Gallery

The sculptures were created at Pullen Day Centre as part of Westminster Arts Resonate programme...

Monday 4 June 2012

And here are the Chocs...

Here is my Nippy Maid performing Vox Chocs and Vol-au-vents at Bah...Humbug for Rekindle Public Arts at Alexandra Palace on Saturday...

Wednesday 29 February 2012

Hope you can make it along to my forthcoming exhibition

Conversation Drawings

a drawing and painting installation that is inspired by interactions carried out during my recent artist residency at The Butterworth Centre, a continuing care home in St. John's Wood, a Westminster Arts project.
The exhibition is part of Alternative Arts' Wise Words festival for Women's History Month.

Come and enjoy a delicious buffet at the opening on Tuesday March 6th, from 6.30 to 9.30pm.

The show then continues until April 2nd. Opening hours:
Mon. - Fri. 9.30am - 10.30pm
Sat. and Sun. 8.30am - 10.30pm

Address: Trattoria Sapori Restaurant, 44 Newington Green, London N16 9QH
Nearest station Canonbury.

During my residency I developed a style of bright colours and bold shapes while working with the residents, engaging in artistic interventions and collaborations with them and documenting our conversations. This exhibition is a series of works inspired by the new style that I developed and the conversations that I had, as well as events from my everyday life during that time.

"Art at the Trattoria" is a new monthly venue hosting art exhibitions. These are curated by Katja Heber and Paola Vernizzi in turns. Our goal is, apart from providing a place for people to meet and/or discuss art in a welcoming, friendly and fun environment, to provide emerging and established artists with exhibition space and the opportunity to promote and sell their work. The Trattoria Sapori is apart from being an excellent Pizzeria and Italian restaurant a stylish and very cosy venue with some fantastic wall space to display art on.
Should you be an artist and interested in exhibition space, don't hesitate to contact us.

For more info on the restaurant visit:

For information on Westminster Arts visit:

For more information on Wise Words see the attached leaflet and for more info on Alternative Arts follow this link:

Saturday 7 January 2012

Here is the other Phantom!

This coming Thursday 12th of January at 8.30pm I will be performing with Jude Cowan and Paul Wady for Frog Morris presents Edgar Allen Poe night at the Montague Arms pub. More information here:

and here:

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And above is a picture of one of the Phantoms of the Crimson Parlour from the Ta Na Christmas Cabaret at The Old Police Station in December last year.