The past few weeks!

A quick update: here’s what I have been up to for the past few weeks. As you know, I played Mary Boleyn and Elizabeth Barton In The Rise and Fall of Thomas Wolsey. Here are a couple more shots from that showing me as Mary Boleyn and a similar painting of her: After the showContinue reading “The past few weeks!”

David Lloyd Book club April: The Power of The Dog.

Well! What an incredible book! I have to confess, I watched the film on Netflix first, which I don’t usually do if I want to read the book. I had heard it was a slow-burner and a friend who had seen it said they did not like it, which of course made me interested. ConvincedContinue reading “David Lloyd Book club April: The Power of The Dog.”

The Rise and Fall of Thomas Wolsey.

I have been rather busy rehearsing for a play by Suzanne Hawkes for Black and White Productions . The play is timed to coincide with the 550th Birthday year of Cardinal THOMAS WOLSEY, that famous son of Ipswich. Tudor characters, Wolsey, Thomas Crowmwell, and the women in their lives are brought to life to exploreContinue reading “The Rise and Fall of Thomas Wolsey.”

David Lloyd Book Club reviews: March

HOW TO STOP TIME by Matt Haig. The group chose this book as the second book to discuss and we were not wrong to do so. It prompted a great deal of thoughtful discussion which went on for almost 2 hours. I didn’t get the author to join us this time, as he’s quite busy,Continue reading “David Lloyd Book Club reviews: March”

David Lloyd book club reviews: February.

THE MIS-EDUCATION OF EVIE EPWORTH by MATSON TAYLOR. I chose this book because, firstly I like it. I happen to know the author, having met him at a book signing and we have chatted a few times. Matson Taylor is probably one of the loveliest and most friendly people I know. This led to theContinue reading “David Lloyd book club reviews: February.”

A link to my books

The Camera Obscure is a collection of supernatural, dystopian and magical realist stories which surprise and challenge, sometimes amuse. This collection holds up a mirror to the darkest sides of the human psyche, reflecting universal themes and experiences with a nod to the Victorian Gothic era. Tourist to the Sun is a collection of poetryContinue reading “A link to my books”