The city’s PUBLICLY FUNDED West Bristol creative set were out in force for the opening of Channel 4’s Public School Hub (surely ‘Creative Hub’? Ed.) on 15 January.
What a great opportunity for our wealthy self-styled creative cognescenti to post their dull photos to Twitter and joylessly gush about ‘diversity’ from an UPMARKET OFFICE PARTY that you weren’t invited to.
The thrills, spills and excitement were led by ‘Mr Diverse’ himself, the Reverend Rees, who took to Twitter to ramble on about planks and city partners and allege that a whole NINE PER CENT of Channel 4’s staff were working class!
Although that won’t include the keynote speaker, Channel 4’s Chief Exec, Alex Mahon, educated at St Margaret’s, a fee paying school in Edinburgh or her new ‘Head of Bristol Hub’, Sacha “Daddy’s Boy” Mirzoeff. Sacha, we learn, got his start in broadcasting when he bagged a place on “THE HIGHLY COMPETITIVE MANAGEMENT TRAINING SCHEME AT THE BBC.”
Coincidentally at the time that daddy, Edward Mirzoeff CBE, was head of documentaries at, er, the BBC!