Archive for March, 2016

Thursday, March 24th, 2016

On the development of our performance

Our original concept was an immersion-based experience in the room off the Cosker suite, utilising the unique layout of the room to create a more believable environment. Our piece was centred on immersing the audience in this war-time environment and introducing them to three VC winning soldiers who had ties to Lincoln and the Drill […]

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016


Our original idea for our piece, which we had titled Heroism was a based performance designed to dismiss the members of the audience from the balcony room and escort them to a World War I trench. The idea was inspired by the two memorial stones laid on the forecourt of The Drill Hall and we […]

Saturday, March 12th, 2016

History of our piece

The history of our piece In the 1850’s there was a famous factory called the Ruston’s factory which you will now know as semen’s, this organisation was ran by an industrial manufacture called Joseph Ruston. The company was known for manufacturing narrow and standard gauge, locomotives and steam shovels. They became Ruston practor and company in […]

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

The Blue Room AKA H. Newsum & Sons Ltd. Steam SawMill.

These are some pictures of my performance space. I wanted to peform my piece here as it is on the Broadgate side of the Drill Hall and that is where the H. Newsum & Sons Ltd. Steam SawMill used to exist. As you can see the space at the moment is being use as a […]

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

Talking Birds: The Idea of History, The Use of Tech and Ghosts of the Past.

These were my presentation notes for Talking Birds. I tried focusing more into how they use the techniques I would like to use for my own creation. Talking Birds About Composer and Co-Artistic Director Derek Nisbet, Designer and Co-Artistic Director Janet Vaughan, General Manager Philippa Cross. Since 1992 Talking Birds has been producing thoughtful, playful, […]