Visual highlights from a production that never gets old – I’m still really proud of this show! Continue reading An Enemy of the People – Gallery
Yesterday my clever friend Ros Philips (from Sphinx Theatre) reminded me that what we are doing with #WE is changing the narrative… that phrase has buzzed around my head all night. It’s the best bit about my day job: changing the narrative; making the familiar strange, so that we can look at it in a different way and decide whether a new perspective is interesting, … Continue reading The power of the imagination –an artist stands for election
[ezcol_1third] [/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_2third_end] It all happened by accident, as these things tend to do, in a chance conversation with an actor, a woman approaching her 50th Birthday. We were talking about who gets listened to and why. How forthright and confident women are received still by our peers. It was one of those “I know” moments which turned into a project and prompted me to revisit … Continue reading An Enemy of the People – and the Doctor’s a woman!