Join us to celebrate St. Patrick's day in style, with Irish stew, pint or two of the black stuff, plenty of craic, It is impossible to talk about the UK reggae scene without mentioning Dennis and his vast influence and contribution. Watch Dennis’ pre-Campfire interview here: , A multitalented musician, producer, sound engineer and a key figure in the lover’s rock genre, Dennis, also known as Blackbeard, collaborated with a range of stars, including 1 Roy, Steel Pulse, Errol Dunkley and Johnny Clarke. He produced Janet Kay’s no.2 single Silly Games, The Slits’ Cut, worked extensively with the legendary Linton Kwesi Johnson, many more, At the same time, Dennis was playing around the world with the likes of Fela Kuti, The Slits, Bananarama, The Thompson Twins, Sharon Shannon, Alpha Blondy, The Pop Group, Orange Juice and Madness. And as if that wasn’t enough, his solo career includes numerous albums, film and tv soundtrack composition, collaborating with works such as the BBC’s Reggae Britannia and The Story of Lovers Rock. , The ditto doors will play host to reggae legends with an exhibition co-curated by Dennis Bovell, along with Adrian Boot from Urban Image, one of the incredibly experienced music photographers and curators who put together the famous exhibition Reggae Explosion in Camden.