Tag: Bill Drummond
Beard, Book & Beyond
A lot has been happening lately on the publishing shores of Penkiln Burn both in the virtual and the real world, with two books being released shortly and another following soon.
Tenzing Scott Brown advises you to Never Lock Your Door
A new play entitled Never Lock Your Door by Bill Drummond’s alter ego Tenzing Scott Brown has been shared on the Penkiln Burn website – or, more precisely, a list of its principal characters due to the play’s endless nature.
It’s Ragwort Week!
As announced by today’s Penkiln Burn newsletter, this year’s Ragwort Week will be held between today and Sunday the 18th of October.
Four Plays And Forewords
Another newsletter from Penkiln Burn just arrived in our mailboxes, with Bill Drummond sharing a number of Forty Second Plays he wrote earlier this month titled The New River Four.
King Boy D Putting The Needle Down
With his days of dumping dead animals outside aftershow parties long behind him, Bill Drummond has found a new sheep-related pasttime during the pandemic.
“Best Before Death” Blu-Ray Available To Pre-Order
Having been shown in various venues around the UK since 2019, the home cinema release of Paul Duane’s feature-length documentation Best Before Death is now available for pre-order from the website of UK distributor Anti-Worlds.
Four Websites (2003 – 2012)
Bill Drummond has been running several web-based projects in the past, each allowing visitors to add their own contributions. Most of these have vanished from the web, or do not allow for new entries anymore.
Centre Of The Creative Universe: Liverpool And The Avant-Garde
Published by Liverpool University Press in 2007, the release of Centre Of The Creative Universe coincided with the exhibition of the same name at Tate Liverpool. The book contains various photographs, event posters and newspaper clippings documenting the post-WW2 art history of the UK’s fifth-largest city. Apart from the imagery…
The Beechwood Airship Interviews
The Beechwood Airship Interviews follows author Dan Richards during his undertaking of building an airship in his art school bar and the manifold artists and craftsmen he meets on his journey. Alongside interviewees like the Manic Street Preachers and Dame Judi Dench he also dedicates one chapter to Bill Drummond…
The Monkees, Head, and the 60s
The Monkees, Head, and the 60s by Peter Mills features the 12-page chapter “Here We Come”, a collection of four questions posed to Bill about his memories of The Monkees TV show, the disparity between authenticity and manufacture in pop music, their influence on his early days as a musician,…