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MUSING

I am musing on the first draft of the show: turning over the moments I think need more work, wondering about intentions, song moments, choices, characters… Tomorrow my collaborators and I will be reading out the first draft and discussing … Continue reading

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Lunch with the Hosking Houses Trustees and Daisy

A delightful and chatty lunch with the Hosking Houses Trustees at Sarah Hosking’s enchanting cottage.  From left to right in the picture are: Professor Louise Campbell, the wonderful Sarah Hosking herself, Dr Sara Lunt, Andrew Holtom (the musical IT specialist), … Continue reading

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Yellow Marrows?

On my afternoon walk I discovered this strange field.  From a distance it looked like a field full of dismembered limbs – but up close I realised it was yellow marrows. I am enjoying “The Fall” in Stratford.  One Americanism … Continue reading

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I’m Back!

So I am back in Clifford Chambers at the Hosking House – my books are on the shelves, the fire is lit and the computer up and running – now it begins, the long-awaited retreat to complete my next show. … Continue reading

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Back to the Room – ‘Vox et praeterea nihil’

I am hoping to go back to the Hosking House in October for three whole wonderful months! Time to write, away from the world, will be absolutely crucial in October to work on a new project, collaborating with Brian Protheroe and Martin … Continue reading

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