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Holes in the Wall

Very old, Persepolis. So it should hardly be a surprise if you pop in to find us excavating. Recent finds include a feather duster that had slipped down the back of the till, and half a piece of Turkish Delight that we dropped when you caught us picking. Oh, and the original ceremonial archway between…

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SHOPFRONT!

Thanks for all the kind words from those of you who have popped in worried that we’ve been steamed or at least broken into. We have actually, quite simply, after an unfathomable delay of six years, had a new shopfront fitted. So that our two halves match, like. And so that we don’t leak when…

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Peckham Literary Festival

Date for your diaries! We’ve fixed the dates for this years all-singing, all-dancing (well, all-reciting, all-reading) literary festival. 16th – 22nd November 2009. At Persepolis, and at Review up the road, and maybe, just maybe, at Peckham Library too this year. If you want to play – host an event, attend an event, perform at…

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More On That Plinth

Of course, the original Persepolis was the ancient capital of Iran, and now stands in ruins, a collection of dilapidated plinths. So what better than putting the modern Persepolis on a plinth too? Actually, we weren’t sure what to do. Er, like a lot of other plinthers. It’s one of these things that seems like…

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