Last night, Arlene Goldbard and I recorded the next episode of our blog, ‘A Culture of Possibility’. Our guest was
Last night, the tenth session brought the weekly creative writing workshops to a close with some new, powerful work. Indeed,
The pandemic has caused all sorts of trouble to the Traction project, as it has to everything and everyone, everywhere.
Last night was the half-way point of ‘Wish You Were Here’, the creative writing project I’m doing in Boston (Lincolnshire).
Amber Hansen and Reyna Hernandez live in Vermillion, South Dakota, a small city of about 10,000 people in the American Mid-West. Both women came
What sport shall we devise here in this garden, To drive away the heavy thought of care? William Shakespeare, Richard
The lockdowns and physical distancing measures introduced to contain the spread of Covid 19 have had a devastating impact on
Maxine Greene (1917-2014) was an American philosopher with a special concern for education, art and social change. I’ve only recently
Theatres tend to be beautiful spaces, created with all the skill that architects, carpenters, plasterers and painters can summon. And
In October, I wrote about a community opera being created in County Durham that had been stopped just weeks before
‘You know, while doing this, going through this journey, it has changed me. And, yes, I had a spiritual inkling,