WORDS: Gareth E. Rees & Gary Budden
A live performance of Rye’s Valhalla, in which Rees and Budden become disorientated on the Sussex coast.
Gareth E. Rees discusses the future folklore of industrial estates, pylons, motorways, ring roads, hospitals, housing estates, roundabouts and flyovers
These new images by photographer Nigel Dawson capture the eeriness of the Covid 19 landscape
Gareth E. Rees & Jen Orpin discuss the memories and mythology of roads, motorways and service stations
Patrick Wray recounts a childhood trip into the subterranean ruins of Oakworth House
In Nigel Dawson’s photographic mutations of the everyday, human ghosts lurk within shadowy high-rise housing estates, derelict buildings and industrial edgelands.
Unofficial Britain’s editor, Gareth E. Rees, recommends some haunting books about place, memory and culture.