A spoken-word storytelling journey written by Paul Hawkins, based on three years he spent occupying properties in London. FLEA tells the story of several characters and a chain of events that began 1990 in the (in)famous squatted community of Claremont Road in Leyton east London.


I performed FLEA on September 13th and 14th as part of the Vita Nova Boscombe Fringe Festival to sold-out audiences both nights. You can find out more about FLEA and the Fringe Festival on the website.
Bournemouth’s Hope FM asked me in to talk about writing and performing FLEA, squatting in east London’s Claremont Road, to play some music from back in the day and to perform some of my poetry and also FLEA. The recording of FLEA is here…


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