Just got back from the Magnet club having watched Anthony Padgett’s live art performance. Not sure if he was celebrating religions or taking the piss, it was a good laugh but he seemed quite earnest that the audience should join in and pray to the little plastic doll. A couple from the audience dressed up and raced a mixture of gods round the room in remote control cars and we all joined in the inter-religious disco dance. People who are offended by a picture of a part of the body being hung from St Luke’s church should definitely try and see this show. Except you can’t because it was only for one night but he’s showing ‘DivintyLand’ Interreligious Themepark at the Quakers Meeting House on saturdays.