Fifty years after its release, Sophia Deboick revisits a movie classic and finds a sometimes troubling film that is often misrepresented.
Sophia Deboick looks back at a brief period in musical history when English eccentricity and experimentalism combined to spectacular effect.
They seem an increasingly unfashionable, unoriginal choice now, but package holidays were once little short of revolutionary. SOPHIA DEBOICK tells the tale of the first ever trip, and its visionary mastermind.
Weekly feature for the award-winning The New European, the voice of the 48%
Afterword to Hercules Editions’ new chapbook by poet and performer Nancy Charley, an anarchic retelling of the gospel story.
Sophia Deboick on a forgotten TV classic from the 1970s, which treated its viewers like grown-ups.
Born on Grand Parade, Leigh-on-Sea, in 1920, Gordon Arthur Worsley was the middle of three boys born to Edith and Ernest Worsley. The family later lived on Ailsa Road, Westcliff, and Gordon attended Lindisfarne College boys’ school on Valkyrie Road, before the family moved to Streatham. He left school at 15 and became a runner […]