Guardian / Alternative Cambridge

Great to wake up to a piece in the Guardian about the alternative culture scene in Cambridge. Many thanks to Donna Lynas for the reference. Hats off also to such alternative heroes as Bad Timing and Crushing Death and Grief who also work hard to keep Cambridge's underground culture thriving.  

"The Alchemcial Landscape

There are some underground things coming out of the university,” says Lynas, such as this group who – via public talks, off-beam art happenings, film screenings and such – examine the artistic representation of the British landscape and, specifically, the haunted language and symbolism in which it is steeped. Says Lynas: “The east of England has a flat and melancholic landscape, which people are interested in. This group looks at it from an occult-magical position."


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