Dusk: Video – Lancaster – Four Beaches

Mary Hooton and Marion Cox read Rob Schofield’s Four Beaches at Lancaster

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

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Dusk: Video – Lancaster – Factory

Mary Hooton reads Factory by Joy Howard  for DUSK at Lancaster

This story and all the other unpublished poems and stories are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

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Dusk: Video – Lancaster – Afterglow

Mary Hooton reads Afterglow by John Bevan  for DUSK at Lancaster

 

This story and all the other unpublished poems and stories are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

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Dusk: Video – Lancaster One-Two-Three

Leo Atkin reads One-two-three by Rosalind Stopps  for DUSK at Lancaster

 

This story and all the other unpublished poems and stories are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

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Dusk: Photos – Lancaster

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Photos from the Lancaster leg of DUSK: A Wave of Words Across the UK

Host: Yvonne Felton-Battle of North West Literary Salon, Performers: Mary Hooton, Leo Atkin, Marian Cox, BSL Interpreter: Carol Kyle

Dusk Performer: Marian Cox

Marian Cox coaches students in preparation for LAMDA examinations. She is an Associate Member of the Association of LAMDA Teachers (AALT) and of the Society of Teachers of Speech and Drama (ASTSD). Marian performs with the all-female Rose Company, bringing dramatic texts from the past to contemporary life’.

Marian will be reading stories and poems for Dusk at Lancaster.

The Print room at The Storey

Dusk Performer: Leo Atkin

LEO ATKIN has been an actor for 40 years, and has recently returned from playing George, the boxing coach, and covering Billy’s Dad, in Billy Elliot the Musical UK tour. Other work includes: Feste in Twelfth Night and Rev. Humphrey in See How They Run, to rave reviews, both for Original Theatre Company; Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, for the Octagon Theatre, Bolton; Lear in an acclaimed international tour of King Lear for ADG Europe; Grandfather in The Old Curiosity Shop for NTC; Old Gobbo & Duke in Merchant of Venice for Northern Broadsides Theatre Co.; Dick Whittington and Beauty and the Beast for the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry; Squire Trelawney in Treasure Island with Birmingham Stage Co.; Dr von Whackoff in Saucy Jak and the Space Vixens at the Albany Stage for the National Theatre. And on TV: Coronation Street, Doctors, Merseybeat, Coasting and 999 for the BBC.

Leo wil be reading stories and poems for Dusk at Lancaster

Dusk Poet: John Bevan

John Bevan is a North London poet who used to live and write in Greenwich. He has been variously published in Snakeskin and the Vers Poets anthology, and has been an active member of the Torriano Poetry Group, Kentish Town, for ten years. He takes his words from both the light and the dark, and tries to make sense out of chaos.

John’s poem for Dusk, Afterglow, will be read at Lancaster on 21st December.

Dusk Performer: Mary Hooton

Mary Hooton studied at The Oxford School of Drama and Theatre Arts at Bretton Hall.

Credits include – A Fist Full Of Love (Proud Productions, Winner Manchester Forever Award 2011), Mouth (Magpie Man Productions, Winner Best Spoken Word Mcr Fringe Festival 2015), Parents Without Children (Manana Productions, Nominated Best Fringe Production, Manchester Theatre Awards 2016), The Events (Actors Touring Company, Home Mcr) Truth About Youth (Royal Exchange Mcr), Pig (WRAS, Arhus Denmark), Island of Animals (Ismaili Centre), That Golden Age (Breathe Out Theatre) , Forever Changes (Mr Millerman Presents, Nominated Best Drama, GM Fringe 2017)

Mary will read dusk poems and stories at Lancaster

Dusk Author: David Hartley

David Hartley is a short story writer, performer and PhD student based in Manchester. His fiction has appeared in various thrilling places including Ambit, Structo, Black Static and The Alarmist. He is currently working on a complicated fantasy novel about autism and ghosts.

David’s story/script for Dusk, daylight Savings, will be performed at Lancaster and Redruth, at Dusk on the 21st December 2017 and published in the Dusk anthology on 21st June 2018