Traverse Fifty exhibition portrait

The Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh has a reputation for producing and presenting some of the best in new drama. This year marks fifty years since the theatre opened its doors in 1963 and to mark their anniversary the Theatre had offered 50 writers a year long attachment to the Traverse. Writers were invited to take partContinue reading “Traverse Fifty exhibition portrait”

War Weekend

The annual 1940’s and Wartime Weekend takes place in Pickering, England. The event features World War Two re-enactments, living history groups and enthusiasts dressed as British, German and Russian Troops, American GI’s as well as a host of other civilian characters from that time. Parades also take place through the Yorkshire town showing military andContinue reading “War Weekend”

Coast People – Sitting on a driftwood bench

What is the story? What is their story? What have they been through and what are they going through? Are they still close or have the years pushed them apart? Do they have dreams that they want to pursue? Do they look out over this beach and imagine a holiday they once had or hopeContinue reading “Coast People – Sitting on a driftwood bench”

Wind, rain and rascals…….and wool!

No one would have believed that in the early years of the 21st century that our pier was being watched by intelligences greater than our own; that as men busied themselves about their various concerns, ‘they’ observed and studied…..and yet, across the coffee tables and in secretive groups intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic regardedContinue reading “Wind, rain and rascals…….and wool!”