John Wyver’s Versions

[inaudible]  Jeremy Millar: John Wyver is a TV producer and a producer of films for the company Illuminations. [clapping] I’ve never been here, but for John this is a return to the seaside town. He first visited in January 1963.

John Wyver’s Versions

[inaudible]  Jeremy Millar: John Wyver is a TV producer and a producer of films for the company Illuminations. [clapping] I’ve never been here, but for John this is a return to the seaside town. He first visited in January 1963.

Grownups are dumb

Gareth Moore’s Films for Children Do children possess a specific mode of engagement with images, storytelling and music, or the world, even? Films for children. Go. Cue bright colours, shadow puppetry (children love puppets, right?), jangling song, child-as-protagonist (in a non-horror

Grownups are dumb

Gareth Moore’s Films for Children Do children possess a specific mode of engagement with images, storytelling and music, or the world, even? Films for children. Go. Cue bright colours, shadow puppetry (children love puppets, right?), jangling song, child-as-protagonist (in a non-horror

An interview with Internet

Internet are a collective whose members include Diego Chamy and Siân Robinson Davies.  I spoke to them after watching their performance Acting at the Horsebridge Whitstable Arts & Community Centre Naomi: I have some questions. Internet: Oh, OK. I was

An interview with Internet

Internet are a collective whose members include Diego Chamy and Siân Robinson Davies.  I spoke to them after watching their performance Acting at the Horsebridge Whitstable Arts & Community Centre Naomi: I have some questions. Internet: Oh, OK. I was

A Conversation with the Whitstable Biennale Performance Curator.

Emma Leach’s text message read “I’ll meet you on the sea wall, by The Stage located closest to the Scout Hall”. So there we were, sitting on the seafront, kids and seagulls screaming all around, after watching Patrick Staff’s performance

A Conversation with the Whitstable Biennale Performance Curator.

Emma Leach’s text message read “I’ll meet you on the sea wall, by The Stage located closest to the Scout Hall”. So there we were, sitting on the seafront, kids and seagulls screaming all around, after watching Patrick Staff’s performance

Tessa Lynch: ‘Are your dreams usually linear?’

‘Are they about people or atmosphere and place?’ Can you categorise your dreams into this audacious system of identification? If you can, to the vocal tone of a call center employee, (who I initially thought was an automated service), you

Tessa Lynch: ‘Are your dreams usually linear?’

‘Are they about people or atmosphere and place?’ Can you categorise your dreams into this audacious system of identification? If you can, to the vocal tone of a call center employee, (who I initially thought was an automated service), you

Tim Bromage: This Alley Used to be Enormous on Me

Magicians surprise us. With mouths turned downwards we raise our eyebrows, nod and clap. Successful tricks impress. Often its not the scale of their illusion that enthralls (just how exciting can a rubber ball be?) instead the power seems to

Tim Bromage: This Alley Used to be Enormous on Me

Magicians surprise us. With mouths turned downwards we raise our eyebrows, nod and clap. Successful tricks impress. Often its not the scale of their illusion that enthralls (just how exciting can a rubber ball be?) instead the power seems to