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ThePalaceOfTheDogs

Daniel Bailey is the founder of The Palace of The Dogs. Currently exploring film making, photography, journalism and creative writing – he makes his living as a Performer on the West End. Originally from Hackney, London; he cares deeply for the issues concerning those whose voices are being stifled. He endeavours to advocate the need for those affected by racism and classism to have access to an artistic platform, as a means to express themselves in a safe and healthy environment.

The Palace of The Dogs (TPOTD) ,launched May 2015, is a blog for those who wish to explore identity and expression in art and politics; inciting the progression of a vocal generation in our society.

If you wish submit your work or be considered for an interview contact thepalaceofthedogs@hotmail.com

Poet in The Kennel: The Eulogy

After the death of Toni Morrison and attending, dance legend, Thea Nerissa Barnes’ memorial. I begun to reflect on the power of writing; how these words live on past you and later become your eulogy. Almost stronger than memory. I begun to ask myself what would my eulogy […]

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BARKING: Mental Health & BAME Artists

ThePalaceOfTheDogs is back with another episode of Barking. In this episode we tackle Mental health in the arts industry and the visibility of ethnic minorities within the awareness conversation, despite their vulnerability. We spoke with Raffaella Covino, founder of Applause For Thought, an organisation that targets mental health […]

#BlackLove&Beauty

Check out our new video on the importance of black love and education of self in collaboration with Afro Hair and Beauty Live. Continuing the conversation around black businesses and how we can liberate ourselves from Eurocentric beauty standards. CANTU & As I Am product giveaway – Click here for competition details.