We went to see Jez Butterworth's play Jerusalem in that London yesterday. As has been already noted, it's a fine production of a wonderfully messy play. Do go and see it if you can (it's sold out for the current run). Mark Rylance heads up a company that revels in the revels. The audience (even … Continue reading Jerusalem
The Saturday Storylines event at the Hastings Storytelling Festival went well in the end. There were four of us storytellers, all with differing levels of experience. We had the morning and afternoon to hone the pieces with the help of Chrissie, a writer / theatre director, and Jamie, a professional storyteller. My piece - a ten … Continue reading Storytelling
I've managed to locate and buy a baker's peel in a local antique shop. I'll be using it in the story of the paindemain loaf at the castle. At last, a prop I can really lean on.
I'm going to be performing at the Hastings Storytelling Festival on the evening of Saturday 12th November. I applied for a workshop and I got in. It's a bit of a surprise but I'm hoping that my interpretation work at the castle will help me get through it. It'll be a 10 minute story which … Continue reading Storylines, Hastings