Archive for October, 2012

Your words: other objects

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

In the dark of the Judith E Wilson Drama Studio tens of tiny balloons, with minute funeral hearses attached as baskets, float silently above your heads. The room is also completely black except for a single bulb. That is how

Kate Adie charms Cambridge

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Kate Adie in conversation with Professor John Naughton at the Babbage Lecture Theatre tonight – my first real Festival of Ideas event of the year. Making no apology for being a filter between the world she sees and the people she reports it to but in such a charming way.

Laura Esquivel

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

Laura Esquivel speaking at the 2nd Annual Creative Writing Lecture at Leicester Uni today. Free Entry! Come along!

The piano under the bridge – ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

If I had a calendar and counted down with big red crosses to something, it wouldn’t be Christmas or the next holiday, it would be the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. This year it kicked off with something beautiful – pianos – fifteen of them dotted all around Cambridge. The first one I noticed was under […]