Once upon a time, there was a dark Celtic track that joined the settlements of Canterbury and St Albans. Later, that dark Celtic track became a paved Roman road, and was given the name Watling Street. Augustinian nuns named the community they inherited Kilburn, and it became fashionable to take tea and medicinal waters in the area as London gradually urbanised.
Now, down the Kilburn High Street, amongst the Irish pubs and Somali bazaars, not far from the red brick Kilburn Park Tube, lies the Good Ship. It's owned by this guy here, who told Tom off by email, warning him that he was in danger of letting the 'entire night' down if he didn't respond.
|John McCooke, who told Tom off|
|Cool Kids @ The Good Ship|