I Love The Grove
About This Show
Hello and Welcome to the I Love The Grove Podcast and Discover The People Behind The Butcher, The Baker and The Candlestick Maker in Ladbroke Grove.
Each Wednesday, Ladbroke Grove goes under the microscope as businesses, organisations reveal first hand why they created their businesses and organisations were created? The Products and Services they provide? What these products and services do will do for you.
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Most Recent Episode
Podcast Ep081: Performance Filmed in Notting Hill
May 3, 2017
After Killing a Rival in Self-defense, Hoodlum Chas (James Fox) Must Flee Both From The Law and From His Boss, Harry Flowers. He eventually moves into a house owned by Turner (Mick Jagger), a former rock star who lives with female companions Pherber (Anita Pallenberg) and Lucy (Michele Breton). Chas and Turner initially clash, but Turner becomes fascinated with Chas' life as a criminal. Through drugs and a series of psychological battles with Turner, Chas emerges a different man. "Performance" is a bizarre, disconnected attempt to link the inhabitants of two kinds of London underworlds: pop stars and gangsters. It isn't altogether successful, largely because it tries too hard and doesn't pace itself to let its effects sink in. But it does have a kind of frantic energy, and it introduced Mick Jagger in a role that reinforced his stage image without copying it. On its most fundamental plot level, it's about a gangster (James Fox) who is trying to disguise himself so that he can slip out of England on a forged passport. He meets the Jagger character by accident when he takes a basement room in a boarding house. Want to meet Aidan McManus this weekend? Click here to check out his site and book on a tour now.
Episodes of This Show
Apr 26, 2017
Apr 12, 2017
Sep 23, 2016
Sep 7, 2016