Photographer extraordinaire, and darkroom tutor beyond compare. One snowy Easter night a long time ago, she walked up into the hills above Nice and shot The Road to Falicon, the image at the heart of my new novel, Silver and Salt.
The most wonderful way to learn about writing. And to learn, at Lumb Bank one snowy January evening, how to make a fine Chestnut en Crôute with some of the loveliest people I’ve ever met.
‘The most influential and consistently interesting theatre company working in Britain.’ The Times. On the road in 2017 is The Encounter, so catch it if you can. Meantime, I’m still humming bits of the amazing musical that was A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer.
When I lived in Jakarta as a teenager, the wonderful British Council sent out a theatre company. Props, set and costumes unpacked, the company took up its station in the Hilton Hotel for a week of performances. I’m going to put that in a novel one day…