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- Meet our Community #1 - Our Daily Online Pub and Coffee Morning
Since the lockdown began in mid-March, the community in and around St John's Waterloo has made a point of staying in touch digitally.
- Okusinza mu Luganda #10: “We are all disciples”
Coming up on Wednesday: Shanon Shah reflects on what he has learnt from conducting these interviews for Okusinza mu Luganda and the Waterloo Festival.
- Conversations on press freedom #2: Shanon Shah
He’s been back nearly every Sunday since and is now a full-time resident of Waterloo and in a civil partnership with Canon Giles. When I first came up with the idea of featuring a set of articles about press freedom as part of this year’s special online edition of Waterloo Festival, I immediately thought of Shanon.
- Reloading the canon: what about music by women?
As a proud alumnus of Southbank Sinfonia, the Waterloo Festival’s resident orchestra, I like to keep abreast of their work – they’re always refreshingly ahead of the classical music curve.
- Conversations on press freedom #1: an introduction
Two and a half years ago, in the afternoon of 16ᵗʰ October 2017, I was working in my office at St John’s Waterloo.