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Durham, Newcastle, London, Darwen, Manchester, Conwy, Angelsey, Home.

I didn’t intend to take a week off from my blog along with my week off from work; it just worked out that way.

I seemed to have crammed so much in, tomorrow I’ll be returning to work for a rest. 845 more words


National Theatre Connections at The Lowry

4th May 2014 

Lowry Young Actors’ Company


A Powerful Parable of Abuse

A Letter to Lacey: Catherine Johnson

In the same week that the White House released a video… 1,168 more words

Backstage at The Lowry: Chris Bowler – Senior Visual Arts Technician

It’s like building a rollercoaster, I think. Building an exhibition from scratch.

Do the groundwork, do the engineering, make sure it all works, construct it, paint it.  802 more words


Art that I like–Top 5

I am not an art expert or connoisseur. But I’ll share with you some pieces of art that I like.



1) Paul Cezanne – The Card Players… 25 more words


Backstage at The Lowry: Emma Charnley – Policy & Development Assistant

It’s a Monday morning at Salford Quays and I’m in the Quay Club doing a stock check – we need more wine, crisps and nuts (as always) and I need to replace the candles. 653 more words


Exploring Berwick-upon-Tweed with LS Lowry

I don’t pretend to be anything like as talented, great or utterly brilliant as LS Lowry, but on a recent trip to the delightful northern country of… 521 more words

Art & Culture

The Giver - Lois Lowry

I was raised in a rather political home, and conservative Christian at that. Traditional values, freedom, responsibility, et cetera… that sort of upbringing. Thus, I naturally have a taste for political, and sometimes utopian and dystopian, novels. 1,019 more words