Monthly Archives: March 2017

Back at Battersea: Being in the audience

We were back a Battersea Arts Centre again last night to see the the verbatim play E15. E15 is a verbatim play made by the theatre company Lung. This is the third production I have seen by them, after The … Continue reading

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A first go a animated paper cut walk cycles

​​ It’s slow progress, but here is a first go at animating papercut walk cycles. 

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Mark Thomas, The Red Shed, Telling Stories and Emotional Truth

Yesterday we went to see The Red Shed by Mark Thomas as Battersea Arts Centre. We go there on a fairly regular basis. We’ve only started going since a fire consumed the roof of their great hall. They are currently … Continue reading

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Street poetry

Seen while out and about – street poetry. I rather like the sentiment, I’ve been working on a film that will look (if I ever finish) at how we can tell good, authentic stories about trauma and distress. It’s a … Continue reading

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