TWILT EP. 33 Podcamp London 2012


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This week we were live at Podcamp London 2012 in front of a studio audiance.  Thanks to all those who came out to watch the show live.

Our guests were Laura Shelby returning for the second week in a row (a TWILT first!) and Mike Battista.

We covered several topics this week.

First was the decision by the Salvation Army to close the Bethesda center and the PR disaster that has unfolded.

Second was the London Fringe festival which starts June 6th and Niut Blanche June 16th – 44 theatre companies, 350 performance times, 35 visual artists and 9 venues.

Nuit Blanche London is an opportunity to celebrate and showcase talented and creative contemporary artists and the city’s commitment to contemporary art. Starting at 9:00pm on Saturday, June 16, 2012 and running until 3:00am on Sunday, June 17, downtown London will come alive with a celebration of contemporary art.

We moved on to a issue that’s been bugging Jon Pilon for a while. You’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out what it is.

We then finished up with the thought of moving LTC busses of Dundas Street and community engagement.






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