On the subject of News & Events

Announcing: Blackout »

B.H. Fraser

January 22nd, 2014.

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BH Fraser has finished a new work:

TITLE:  Blackout



GENRE:  Black comedy


Act 1

3 characters celebrate their success with a business deal only referred to as ‘4695’.  Outside, anti-capitalist demonstrators gather. There is an office party.  As protestors enter the building, markets crash and ‘4695’ starts behaving erratically.  Joined by two new characters introduced as problem solvers, the group retreat to the panic room.  An interrogation of one of their number follows.

Act 2

A year later calm has returned. 2 of the 5 characters have survived events.  They are joined by a sixth character.  The other characters have gone on sick leave or been retired.   ‘4695’ has made a startlingly recovery.  It is revealed the storming of the building was part of a wider cover up.  The action ends with the statement ‘the system wins – everyone at fault / no-one at fault’.


The piece offers a take on the challenge for people to behave normally when money and power are at stake.  Blackout is the insider’s response to the Occupy Wall Street movement.  A line on the establishment and their willingness to stop at nothing to keep capitalism afloat.

Symposium on Ethics For A More Prosperous World »

B.H. Fraser

October 23rd, 2012.

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B. H. Fraser with His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama.

23 October, 2012, London

Poetry Reading at St Magnus The Martyr »

B.H. Fraser

May 17th, 2012.

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Thursday 17th May 2012 at 6:30pm at St Magnus The Martyr, more info

At the reading two poems were set to music by Jason Orringe and sung by the Choir of St Magnus The Martyr:

La Belle Inconnue and Observation

Poetry Reading at Catto Gallery »

B.H. Fraser

November 22nd, 2011.

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Tuesday, 22 November 2011 at 6pm at Catto Gallery, more info

Unlimited and Invisible: Book Release by BH Fraser Inspired Artist »

B.H. Fraser

February 6th, 2011.

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We are delighted to announce the release of the first artist book in English by Nelio Sonego, composed around a text by City poet B H Fraser. The product of a poetry workshop held in May by m{us}e, where poets were invited to react to Nelio’s paintings, this hand made book features the poem ‘…unlimited and invisible…’ illustrated with two unique drawings.

unlimited and invisible, 2011, Printing on paper by Daler-Rowney and drawings on waxed recycled paper by Dueviile (Vicenza), 15×25 cm, Edition of 9, £980

Please email [email protected] for any enquiries.

Poetry Reading at The Barbican Library »

B.H. Fraser

October 6th, 2010.

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Wednesday, 6 October 7.30pm at the Barbican Library

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