I opened my facebook app to dozens of posts from friends sympathising with me – another tragedy in Sierra Leone (Salone). A mudslide had wiped out hundreds of homes and thousands of people. I felt sadness, guilt, worry and yet immense pride as I watched endless clips of […]
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.
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Purely from curiosity and intrigue of my new commute; When I moved to South London last year I began to film trains. With a new lengthy commute into work, boredom tickled me into looking into other commuters faces and I began to create stories for them. Characters. My […]
Check out our new interview with singer/songwriter Kadeem Tyrell as we discuss everything Music, Weed, U.S and Soul
I was recently invited to a Modern Indian Vegan Supper Club with Chef Saurav Nath, formerly at Michelin –starred Bennares & Gymkhana, in South Kensington, for a seven course dinner delight, hosted by Humayun Hussain, who has twice made appearances alongside super-chef Gordon Ramsay. The menu was an […]
Jesmyn Ward will forever be one of my favourite authors. Her writing is simply like no other. Gritty, bleak, palpable, physical, and fertile all at once. In her novels, the American South is brilliantly brought to life; a great big centrifugal force that demands acute attention and […]
“Is chatting shit a way of life these days?” – Posted December 23rd, 2011 “2017…… it’s been real! So many memories made and lessons learned and I want to thank those who have been apart of it! The biggest loss I had this year was loosing […]
The Wilderness. A place signified in many faiths as a place of trial, a test of belief or character . A place that no-one means to wander into, but a place we are all lost in at one point or another. Out of this place, singer/songwriter, Miggy Dela […]
Check out what happened with Drew when we were invited to Crisis, to be a panel guest on their discussion on the LGBTQ experience.
Back from the bittersweet journey of self discovery, Natalie May endeavours to serve her own lemonade. Her sweet melodic sound and gentle-womanly attire champions a timeless Black British voice. This Burnt Oak crooner delved into the dark labyrinth of her mind to excavate the hidden coals she could harvest […]