It lies on the north bank of the River Thames, between Hammersmith and Kensington and Chelsea, facing Putney and Barnes.Fulham has a history of industry and enterprise dating back to the 15th century, with pottery, tapestry-weaving, paper-making and brewing in the 17th and 18th centuries in present-day Fulham High Street, and later involvement in the automotive industry, early aviation, food production, and laundries.It seeks to encourage all who are interested to experience the pleasure of morris dancing and to strive for the highest standard of execution of which they are capable. The official archive of Morris Matters, dating back to January 1978, is now available to view online and/or download from our resources section.Included in the archive is a special collection of articles written by Roy Dommett, which were originally published in Morris Matters.Who interviews a film icon and spends half the interview asking him about music?
#Accidental Partridge— Chris Blohm (@chrisblohm) January 13, 2018My favourite, a classic Partridge moment -Mike: So you like soccer? "Mike Read is a twat" heckle saved the night Chevy still a ledge #Chevy Chase #Mike Readisa Twat— David Shepherd (@davedachef) January 13, 2018#Chevychase walks off stage dropping the Mic after Mike (Read) dropped the show and walked off - Chevy was amazing but it was an uphill struggle he had no choice but to give up - @Frazer Brown we'll #jointhechevoloution if you bring him back to UK pic.twitter.com/v02Z7e Wnnt— Promotopia Pictures (@Promotopia Films) January 13, 2018Chevy Chase was of course, excellent.
Mike Read did his level best to ruin it, but he failed.
As someone in the audience observed, "Mike Read, you're a twat".— Cymru Nerd Cave (@Cymru Nerd Cave) January 13, 2018Well, Chevy Chase was excellent. Mike Read presenting was abysmal (big applause from audience for heckler calling him a twat).
If the instant reviews from fans on Twitter are anything to go by, it wasn't exactly a match made in heaven (watch out for some swearing): Wow.
That's former BBC Radio 1 DJ and singer/performer of 'UKIP Calypso' Mike Read.