Dusk: Video – Rossendale – Song – Gaps Between

Sarah Grundy sings Gaps Between at The Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery, Rossendale for DUSK, the Solstice Shorts Festival 2017

DUSK: Video – Rossendale – Song – Magpie

Sarah Grundy sings Magpie at The Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery, Rossendale for DUSK, the Solstice Shorts Festival 2017

 

Dusk: Video – Rossendale – Song – Golden Shadow

Sarah Grundy sings Golden Shadow at The Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery, Rossendale for DUSK, the Solstice Shorts Festival 2017

Dusk: Video – Rossendale – Crow Haibun

Neil Bell reads  (part of!) Crow Haibun by Alison Lock at The Whittaker Museum & Art Gallery, Rossendale

Camera cut out briefly so we missed the beginning.

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

The Whitaker

Dusk: Video – Rossendale – Calligraphy of Starlings

Tony Curry reads A Calligraphy of Starlings by Aziz Dixon at The Whittaker Museum & Art Gallery, Rossendale

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

The Whitaker

Dusk: Video – Rossendale – Breadcrumbs

Neil Bell reads Breadcrumbs by Lucy Grace at The Whittaker Museum & Art Gallery, Rossendale

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

The Whitaker

Dusk Performer: Neil Bell

NEIL BELL by Michael Pollard

NEIL BELL by Michael Pollard

Neil Bell studied drama at Oldham College and has played character roles in such TV series as Buried, Shameless, Murphy’s Law, Ideal, City Lights, The Bill Coronation Street, and Casualty, and the films 24 Hour Party People (2002) and Dead Man’s Shoes (2004).  He had a regular role in Downton Abbey, and more recently in Peaky Blinders.

Neil is reading stories for Dusk in Rossendale.

Dusk Performer: Carl Bell

Carl Bell is a Cultural Entrepreneur and Director at the award-winning Whitaker Museum + Art Gallery, History, Art, Music, Poetry, Food + Drink, Arthouse Cinema +  Theatre Events all under one roof.

Over the last 5 years The Whitaker team have turned a much-loved but dusty Museum into a thriving cultural hub.

Carl has specialised in the last 15 years in new ‘models’ of delivery for Social and Cultural Services in the North West of England.

Dusk Performer: Tony Curry

Tony Curry has had two poetry collections published. ‘The Noble Savage’ 2007 Flapjack Press and ‘Tall Tales for Tall Men Who Fall Well Short’ 2012 Flapjack Press.

He has been performing his poetry and music since 1997, at various venues in and around Manchester and beyond, including The Big Chill Festival in 2007. He performs spoken word, utilising his guitar at times and also collaborates with the musician Charlie Pink.

His work covers the personal, the observational and the political with a touch of humour at times.

He has been hosting the poetry and music night’s Word Jam and Word Central, in Manchester since 2014.

He has written for the stage, print media and for radio.

He utilises his writing and interpersonal skills within the community. www.manchestermenshealth.com

Tony is reading poems and stories at Rossendale

 

Dusk Author: Lucy Grace

Lucy Grace began writing fiction in August 2017, after resigning from her full-time job as a headteacher. Already shortlisted and the winner of a national and international writing
competitions for her short stories, Lucy is currently working on her debut novel. She
gathers material and ideas everywhere, and writes in any time she can find around her
part time job as a teacher and full-time job as a mum of two young children.

Lucy’s story for Dusk, Breadcrumbs, will be read at Inverness, Nottingham and Rossendale.