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"camden palace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"camden palace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Listening spaces You can walk down a secret staircase to get a different view of the axon stage So they're betting that people want to come back and be part of this music community in Camden Yeah membership does cost 1500 pounds per year Sarah so if you want to be a member of that that's your price tag and just quickly tell me what is exactly new you have been speaking about streaming Yeah they've worked with sister which is Elizabeth Murdoch's production company to add streaming facilities So artists can live stream on Instagram or on the radio to their fans who maybe can't make it to Camden So they're adding it's going to be a kind of new venue for a 2022 to have artists have live shows They've always had that heritage of live performance but also streaming to reach fans all over the world So that's going to be a new element to coco Camden Sarah rapper port thank you so much for coming in and speaking to us about that iconic building coco reopening in Camden I'm so looking forward to watching live music again I feel like I used to go to my favorite band every Friday night Well fans of arcade fire heartbroken that lean garrison has never heard of them But apart from that thanks to Sarah for bringing us that story I have to say my memories of coco go back to when it was Camden palace saw the Camden Palais as we used to call it I don't know whether that was pretentious on our part but that's what it was That's what it was known back in the day Yes yes Was not as glamorous but the night's out were good Thanks to Sarah for bringing that story Listen to their streaming music you don't even need to go there There we go That sounds more age appropriate for me Thanks very much to Leanne Thanks very much to Leah for bringing us that conversation as well Something totally different next coming up on food baked daybreak Europe we've been mentioning the better sentiment through the Asia session thanks to what we've heard from the China Politburo so we top leaders promising to boost economic stimulus to spur growth What does that really mean in a COVID locked down Parts of China at least we'll talk to our colleague to come and this.

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"camden palace" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"camden palace" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Everything you have the radio. It's really nice to be able to obviously every morning. I sort of talk for a living but it's nice about she talk in front of someone else. I missed with block down. And what have you. It's it's it feels so novel to be actually to be spending time with someone. I've known you for twenty five years and this is the first time we've actually had. It takes a lockdown. Get me into your kitchen. Main reason is because it's because it's not as nice as your kitchen so i've been to your house. Only the ones when he was showing off right of you houses once that a few times love honestly i kind of going. General never seen such a small kitchen. I also is quite exciting being back in north london. this is a place that i was sort of familiar with in my youth. It was quite interesting driving through camden years and cabinet. Remember going to the camden palace. I i moved to nightclub me to kansas pubs that i've used to go to as a teenager says exciting. You'd never grew up as you say no. I lived in west hamster or he was called trigger with my dad called a crooked and now he's got pasta a lived about two miles west. I just moved glamorously east. 'cause i basically couldn't afford to live there you in north london because you were the polly down the road why. He's a north london on the holloway road. Which is i think now rather grandy known as the university of north london. I think it's the politics i call it. Not only it was. I don't quite know why when it was an awful place. And i didn't really enjoy my time there particularly tell you what. Let's do this formerly. Oh go back to the beginning. This is this structure is there is so. You're not cooking anything me. I feel like i'm not under full. You've got me up here coming up for you. I have cooked something for you. Okay good you list was things you can buy things you you didn't you didn't task very hard if you put a roast chicken lunch. But we'll come to that. Which i may. Wow yeah well is that well you tell me license on your list no way. Why don't even clue that is. It's a sort of. I'll describe this green with a red it. It's the first thing news fish and chips. Now i would have delivery to that ubereats it just eat it other delivery systems probably but in the mornings now chip shots will soon open but fishing ships. A is a big groti when it comes on a bike now and b doesn't travel does jewelry well and there's nothing that good around tape. Why fish and chips as someone who who comes from. Brighton originates kind of our national dish. Radi and so. I sort of grew up on it and so yeah the fish and chips was sort of the you. Call walk along brighton's seafront that sort pettis vinegary good because fish and chips. I see member great in our youth and it got bad. Now you're getting good fishing ships again. You fussy evacuation ships. I think so. I think it's like most things. It's not like please. There are now the sort of more gastro we fish and chip shops. So i think it's being appreciated. Moore's as a food i mean. There's nothing worse than bad fish. Sort of insipid powell chips and soggy bizarre for you want you want fresh. I mean you want caudal had simulated yes. The whole point of the batteries. It should the oils really hot. The battered really crunchy and he of keeps the beautiful fresh white flaky fish kind of protected from the oil and it comes out new. Crack it in the steam. And it's brilliant. I mean. I know that rick stein's fish and chip shop in padova spot on but what is on all in pay if you can't have a newspaper because of the to do the poisonous newsprint. Journalists people might open it up by me and so the bile is produced. Hasn't been newspaper age eighty. It was banned. Now we're not allowed to wrap officiant ships and new spray so so you country glittery and bright outside of brian so just on the other side of the of the downs so the duty childhood really think of much to santa was sort of. I was quite lucky. I in a way in the so much. He was out in the country abroad. The countryside winters of mind public school dreamt of being an actor and that was kind of that case not case. Well no. I've got a couple of questions to ask about the i'll ask you know i'll listeners. Guess what. I'm rattling here. No one has asked for this on. It's nothing illegal. I realized that sachet of all the time. So that your people. No one has asked for this. But it's a it's a key thing. Many child of the seventy s but by the way ruby. An actor i like i like apd because although you're an old mate. I know we don't sit around and talk about what did when you're little you're in taggart in one thousand nine hundred eighty three now. You were in wish you were here. In nine hundred seventy six. Were no first of all. Have you got your head round wick. Wicky pedia works right. Wish you i was in. I was in the tv. You are right. Daniel craig and i were in the national. We could be excellent..

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"camden palace" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

16:16 min | 2 years ago

"camden palace" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"We will bring burn it back in a month and we've done this. Will Harry Actually Arison. And some just told stories of my stories are too big. You know when you were with that ridiculous is you know. He's a big streaming. Come you become that sponge. Yes and this is what I love about things and I think we look at the stories behind people. So we will we. We can already go deep into art direction. Fashion Stone in for a show yet another diet absolutely. That's that's a whole new realm of A. Yeah that's another show on all takes a very big twist and turn. Yeah come on tell the story so you know here you? We've Antony you now when people and this is another one that they they banned around the hair industry is Genius Roy. Okay he's genius is I mean. He's ruining sued. I could say that Genius Yeah he's He's one of the note. Trevor Syllabi is another one yes absolutely Angeles evangelize. Seminar is a genus. And he's changed. How you think about hair color and how you think of the application of hair color. So it's very clever. It's all that insight. You now allow the great guy on the stable of trevor. Tom Connell a you took my was was my very first ever guess. Tom Connell listeners. You take it from me amber nod. This man is going to be one of our crazy. You should have a y on the end of his name but you know misogynistic main. The misogynous not. He said that he he is definitely. It would be stable that produces all these great geniuses of the story. But I have to say that I get a recent interview with Ryan forsythe WHO's You know partly education team at Trevor. Subic you'd look at their work work that he's beautiful it's fashion. It's innovative but I do it. Tastefully done he all comes from the Maestro. That is trevor. He he brings something out new that you never knew you hide in you. And that's the only way I can describe trevor. I think he's probably one of the most humblest and most beautiful human beings I've ever met next to Anthony. Mascola MARLISA Traces divine. You know there's some Great Antoinette benders I mean she was one of my first hairdressers and look what look where her career went and she was another one from the Chevy saw be stable keeping him at always if you want a really aspiring hairstylist. Who really wants to make a mark in the industry? Go to Trevor Subic. Oh Yeah Recommend Jesse Research as well you know try and try and get information on Ansi Mascola because some of the work is incredible. All of their work is incredible in a science. Well hip or not as well just misses we. We go well. I run into this all these. I've had the pleasure to interview. Trevor Antony Tom I'm GONNA put the links in so after this wonderful story that we're having here we're going to have a listen to them and you get real insight into these people and what makes them tick. Oh yeah that it it. It's incredible because they've got a great the great force within the industry but what makes some bit more special is that they don't enforce what they're all about and who there are about to you. You know the great passionate wonderful people are members. It was an absolute joy to be around. You do notice and you're working on these various shoots with Antony and you still very much one foot in the half camp one foot in the fashion world and your your kind of work in the both power loads yeah. I'm very much like that. Actually I just my my passion is the hair industry. How I got more involved in the hair industry was another hairdresser. In fact Leonard An I my mother was in the chair having her hair done by Raymond and talk ear cheesy weekday and I was only a young kid. I was only about four. And I'll be sitting in the chair looking at these colorful people in rural wonderful and His assistant was Leonard and years and years and years past I went to an anthony but the Camden Palace show. That I said was amazing and everything else. I'm went to that show and I was with Leonard Again and I said Oh my God. And he kind of vaguely knew who bomb- mas because of the the art gallery connection and all of that but Meeting with him just a general where we drifted. I think we drifted off on left. Antony price actually and then it was more working with younger ahead addresses. More people like Christopher Bracha feed assume. Wasn't it as Zito too soon? We'll ray Arlington was with Chris to broker but Ray Arlington sadly died. And Christopher Cabramatta K. was the Jamaican why of Christopher and so. I was in a different realm of of hairdressers at that point different a different circle of hairdressers younger. Andrew Gilbert who I literally have just met up not so long ago opted not seeing him for like twenty twenty five plus years. Video production is Nino Andrew. Yeah and it's all lead from Antony and whatever and then really I was doing some shoots. I was working with some headdresses Invited me to what I now know to become presidents night for the fellowship. Get and that night. They had old the old photographers. It was Barry Latin. And was there I'm Leonard was there and when doing this tribute to Leonard. They had all the hedge as I knew them when they were working for IB Nikki. Clark Trevor. I didn't realize trevor work for Leonard and it just went on and went on and then they brought out Leonard and it broke my heart and it was then I realized the fragility of the hair industry and Meta came in a wheelchair. And if you'd known Leonard Like I knew landed in. The anti price stays his house parties when on for a week. They were debauchery beyond debauchery and it must have cost him an absolute fortune. Will it turns out that he was in this wheelchair and he was living in a council house and he was literally dying and he died not so long ago after that. And I just thought to myself is what I'm GONNA do. I'm GONNA help hairdressers and people that I know and I want work within this industry I love it and it brought me back to my my stable home really and that night I hooked up with an Antony. I HOOKED UP WITH TREVOR. All the headdresses. The I had worked with over the years Antoinette findus she used to cut my hair it Murray street but she lived in Camden and I picked up. Not just thought isn't the world small isn't the World Small Com. We just do things with one another and help one another and then I realized that have were doing staff for the benevolent. You know the benevolent and Got Involved Air. I am today and I love love. Love the fellowship. I think if you're not a member of the fellowship why I think you should be I'm Samantha are the bastion of the hair industry. And I think they're great people to be in and around with what To very little from antics. That's the biggest compliment I could give you that first. Half of my life well is paid in Kentucky. We Really. You've really taken us into a very special privilege place. And that's what I wanted something much from this podcast and nowadays so much more to yourself Bennett but I wanted. Certainly a generation of headdresses. Oooh no listening to this podcast. And I want them to be educated in the richness of our incredible industry and to those people who have experienced so many different movements and tribes. And you know that was long before social dead. You know this is a sink. That's just on the happiness. Social is being building for lungs up. You've seen this and being with this. Oh yeah a very much working on shoes now on your yard. Sierra Rub still very much working on shoots and still being influenced by what I saw at. What was that club in Wall Street older? Where it was great was great. It was a great place for fans to go to and I can remember. Go into the clash to see the clash and the sex pistols still. Sid Vicious was amazing. Nothing on nothing today will ever ever take me away from that night and you saw him and you saw the band come alive onstage. What they were wearing how we're looking an how was sounding. And they all was the original package for music industry. We get it now with bands going but that was the originator of how you build a product within the music industry and that changed my life. That was another life changing moment as mile so many I mean you could I mean I. I think a bulk on. I think you should write a book. Caffeine really would be wonderful to pull this down and really chronicle your John and this is one of the first time that people have heard this from you burn because the one to this million of capture all in me you know people. I think you're being insincere or Google being a boast or name dropper but you know being around amazing hairdressers you know I was there for doing the starting for Trevor soyabean Angelo Seminar for the Hundred Years of Florio and that was something else I mean. That show was knocked out. We went to Paris. We were doing a show in front of seventy five thousand people. I mean it was just unbelievable. The Hundred Years of Lario and I just I couldn't believe it. I thought well they'll be another another hundred years of Laurie Open. I certainly won't be around in and I was laughing speaking Greek to the had a Greek sounding name and he was French and he says to me. Oh no I'm French and Apple. Really good idea. You know the amount of things I've done. I've had a lot of fun. It's all been what's been your biggest highlight biggest highlight i. I always say the biggest highlight is yet to come. I think one of my biggest highlights was ill. Associating because I've only had two clients in fashion illustration one being anthony price and then the second one was working for the Queen on her book for the Jubilee Away. Yeah and I was working at the policy. Full two and a half years illustrating all her. You will work less. Yeah for two and a half years as well as doing shoots and shows. Yeah I bet you saw some things. Oh my goodness I tell you this. A book visit mini series. Burn the chronicles of that fact and industry. I know what to call it and all seems good very clever of that title for this. Oh all right but it's a great title. Absolutely I would just so as I said we we work in a talk a little bit around about you know giving advice to Allah headdresses at listening but actually. That's we are going to do that. And we mentioned maybe this new thing that we were talking about the studies snarl say for the young hairdressers dumb yet goes. Just keep your passion. You know if there's one thing that kept me alive is passion. And how do we do that? I just think you you know what you educate yourself. You really do. It's not about a class thing is not about way you come from. It's not about where you live. Passion is with deep within your soul. And if you can't feed that.

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