Creative Writing – Evaluation & Documentation Report

Click on the image for the evaluation and documentation report of this 10 week creative writing project.  The report includes both traditional style evaluation, as well as documentation of the work done on the course and examples of some of the writing generated. So if you’ve ever wondered what happens in a community based writing class…..Continue reading “Creative Writing – Evaluation & Documentation Report”

Someone else’s Story – Scratch Performance

I’ll be performing at Lighthouse Poole on Thursday as part of Scratch the Surface – an evening of short works across genres. Tickets are £5 available from the theatre and kick off is at 6pm. Someone else’s story is based on the written testimony of an Iraqi woman, artist and refugee, I will attempt toContinue reading “Someone else’s Story – Scratch Performance”

To everyone I’ve ever loved….

…I spelt your name out in stones…. and  sandy beaches……. I was recently talking to a writer and poet about ‘The Distance Travelled’ (which has now brought me to Bournemouth, hence the incredibly long gap in digital updates), I was describing how it ends, me waiting and explaining to the audience that I made thisContinue reading “To everyone I’ve ever loved….”

A Nice Cup of Tea – refreshed

Just a little mutual love and back scratch to artist “Darcy Isla” for her lovely feedback on her recent blog about a piece of work I made in 2008 … almost made me think of bringing it back to life. A girl I met at university, while we were there, created this piece of theatre, centering aroundContinue reading “A Nice Cup of Tea – refreshed”

The Distance Travelled – new research blog

So its been coming for a while and finally I have found a little space and time to get it together – a new blog, for a new process, with the aim of a new performance. So far I have travelled on trains, through time and now on foot…. a travelling auto-ethnographer seems to beContinue reading “The Distance Travelled – new research blog”

“Days Like These”

“Days Like These” was written for anyone who was ever 17. “You see the play is about this woman, this woman looking for a girl… and we’re running out of time….this play it’s not going anywhere, we’re not going anywhere….these characters aren’t going to change, its like they are stuck to the page” Drawing onContinue reading ““Days Like These””