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After performing original stories monthly at the Rhyme and Tell open mic. storytelling club in Bishop’s Castle (4th Sunday each month. 8.00pm Six Bells Pub opposite church) for three years, I have a book full which I’m starting to get ready to podcast. At the moment, I don’t know a thing about sound editing so the podcasts will be packed with raw energy like the one animation film I did whilst making pizza in the dark.
At first, I collaborated on the illustrations with Peter Scott and started to blog the stories but didn’t publish the site when we both realised the stories would be best recorded real and live. However, here’s some screenshots of that site in beta – mostly uploaded here to remind me to do the podcasts.
I have found one clue to writing a bursary for theatre:
“The second type of bursary, also known as a “scholarship” or “prize“, is one based on performance. These awards are generally given for good performance in the exams preceding university or college entrance in which the student achieves grades above the standard entry. These can be awarded by the university, or, sometimes by companies.”
I welcome any help in writing details for this new bursary fund. Grant
Theatre Programme in background for “The Witch’s Spell” by Audrey Thompson and “Faust” opera by Charles Gounod (Adapted for the puppet stage by Gilbert Bailey. Puppeteers and voices: Gordon Murray, Joy Latham, Gilbert Bailey, Frida Taylor. Musical Advisor: Adrian Cruft
Portrait in oil (top left) of Joy Latham by Arthur Taylor