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Joe Blogs is up to a little monkey business with Paul Frank at the Barbican

Smart Boy About Town bumps into Julius at the Paul Frank event for the Bicycle Festival at the Barbican




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Hi, it's me Joe.

As a Smart Boy About Town, I always try to make an effort to look my best as I'm often snapped at parties and events, but sometimes a boy is caught off-guard: you know, when your smile looks a bit wonky or your eyes are closed or you just look a bit, well, dorky. That's why I was so pleased to bump into Julius at the Bicycle Film Festival at the Barbican because this monkey guy always looks great in pictures!

There was lots of fun and games going on in the foyer with art activities, a special 3D art exhibition and a chance to meet Julius himself, before we all settled down for the screening of ET: Extra Terrestial. Man, what a great movie, and not a dry eye in the house. Even though I knew the little guy wasn't gonna die, I still had a little sob. Guess I'm just a sentimental guy…

I've never been to the Barbican before. What a cool place! They have a really great Saturday film club for families, and I loved the terrace for running around. There was also a great music session going down in the foyer, where we made all these spooky space sounds, and I was picked to perform on the, er, triangle. Well, a boy's got to start somewhere.

Love Jx

Joe's wardrobe: Boxing Julius hoodie by Paul Frank; jeans by Replay.


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