Horatio Blood celebrates the distinctive milieu of twentieth century Greenwich and explores its decidedly Bohemian flavour. He casts a particular eye upon The Spread Eagle in Nevada Street – the best junk shop in the world – at the heart of Dick Moy’s extraordinary empire, which exerted its influence on Greenwich for almost half a century.
April 25th 2018 at James Wolfe Royal Hill Campus. Meetings commence at 7.30, doors open 7.15. We welcome non-members, from whom we invite a donation of £3 for each meeting.
Image: Dick Moy in the 1960s