Extraordinary and heady experience at Somerset House in the scent exhibition or sensory experience. Full of surprises in each room and the inspiration behind many new scents. An insight into a changing industry. A chance to create your … Continue reading A Sensory Journey through Contemporary Scent
As part of the POW Festival Bettina Eichenberger gave a Kundalini Yoga session at The Turner Centre last Saturday. Yoga with singing and dancing and having fun – is it always like this someone said after Bettina had finished. I’m … Continue reading Happy, Kundalini Yoga comes to Thanet.
A perfect lunch time treat! Royal Temple Yacht Club. Thurs 9 March, 1pm – Running time – 40 minutes As part of the POW! Thanet festival celebrating International Women’s Day, Patricia Mahoney will be reading stories from her book Full of Grace and Jamie Moore will … Continue reading POW! Thanet festival – Patricia Mahoney reads from Full of Grace
‘ The Music of Mathematics’ a short play covering the life of Ada Lovelace, (only legitimate daughter of Lord Byron) and her relationship with Charles Dickens – written by Denise Gow and directed by Caron Ford-Wilson was booked out when shown at the Walpole Hotel, in Margate. Cast of Filigree Mask included: Ada Lovelace played by Lucy Warwicker.Charles Dickens by David Perry. Dr Brewer and Computer Programmer by Steve Brooks. Miss Flintwich and Computer Programmer by Michelle Wharton. Computer academic and business man by Philippe Cordonier. It was my first play and I enjoyed it immensely. Continue reading ‘The music of Mathematics’ – ‘Tea with Ada’ at the Walpole Bay Hotel, Margate.
Colourful breakfast with Turner – much needed with yesterday’s grey skies. Lucky to be able to see his magnificent, colourful work on show at Turner Contemporary. Continue reading Breakfast with JMW Turner.
Fantastic – a standing ovation at the Marlowe in Canterbury. Amazingly, the style of it had resonances for the play I’ve just written: The Magic of Mathematics based on the life of Ada Lovelace. The play is now going into … Continue reading Shawshank Redemption – the stage play.
I’m putting out some lurve for the Raven. Next time you want a comic character for a Christmas panto – choose a Raven. And seeing two Ravens kiss, is a delightful surprise. Yesterday I noticed the luvvy side of Ravens. There … Continue reading Comic Raven? Kissing Ravens?