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Have You Ever Been Experienced: ‘The Bruce Lacey Experience’ -
This is a guest post by Nick Abrahams, co-director of the new documentary film, The Bruce Lacey Experience: Bruce Lacey is the invisible man of British art. “Many people who know me in one of my activities think there are in fact several different people called Bruce Lacey” he wrote in 1975. Lacey’s constantly inquiring mind has meant that he has evolved too quickly to maintain a level of success, constantly moving from one form of expression to another, and leaving a trail of confusion in his wake. If you are British, and of a certain age, you probably remember him from his appearances on kids TV shows like Blue Peter. He made cameos in the Beatles’ movie Help and swinging London feature films including Smashing Time and The Knack…and How to Get It. Bruce and The Alberts, the band he regularly shared an anarchic stage with, performed at Peter Cook’s Establishment Club, helping kickstart the nascent satire boom in Britain. It was there that ... -
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