The gorgeous Mark Steadman (trading as Moxy Park for comic song-writing) produced this fantastic bit of work. A song which lists every stop on the 11 route. Why he started in Acock’s Green is a mystery…
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24 November 2008 – 11:17 pm
“Where shops appear they don’t seem to be planned, the ‘party shop’ in Stirchley on the Pershore Road seems to whimper “celebration” rather than shout. It’s falling into itself, does it open? I don’t know. It has competition, the area thrives on the vibe of balloons and peculiarly dull glitter. Even the charity shops, the [...]
24 November 2008 – 10:55 am
“started realising that maybe Edgbaston wasn’t that bad after all. But did it really need me to sit on the 11c bus for the full lap to see that?” 11-11-11 the big day
14 November 2008 – 5:24 pm
The Old House at Home, is the pub. What splash pans are is open to question. Here’s Alan’s photos on Flickr from 11-11-11.
14 November 2008 – 9:36 am
Tom Lennon “boarded the 11C on Vicarage Road in King Heath at about 1.25pm and it brought us, by Joyce’s commodious vicus of recirculation, back to Kings Heath and Environs about two-and-a-half hours later.” He took notes, but is quickly and episodically writing them up. Check out his 11-11-11 here (as ever with blogs, read [...]
12 November 2008 – 7:29 pm
Simon Gray did a circuit an bit I think, judging by his photos, and his tweets.
12 November 2008 – 2:19 pm
A number of 11-11-11er’s used Twitter (huh, what’s twitter?) to document the journey, we’ve got a transcript of those tweets and those of people who were supporting them.
12 November 2008 – 1:18 pm
Which started off well, but was interrupted by power and 3G data connection issues (and the tendancy to tweet instead) is here.
10 November 2008 – 12:36 am
Okay, you’ve packed your sandwitches, crisps and a penguin, got your camera, laptop or posh mobile phone, pens, paper or hammond organ. How are we going to know what you’re up to? By the power of online communication. If you’re tweeting your tweets should show up on this site — as long as you use [...]
9 November 2008 – 11:39 pm
Well, I am. But who else? We’ve had 27 “definites” say yes on Facebook, and 40 “maybes”. We’ll see. A further 7 or so have said yes on the blog’s sign-up page. Louise Whitmore will be photographing and drawing. ‘Eightball’ has “something planned with original hammond music”. Mark Steadman is planning to record or broadcast [...]