Textile Artists producing Handmade Home Textiles and Home Accessories

For TSS readers interested in seeing unique, handmade home textiles and home accessories I am mentioning The Textile Fair event which was held at the historic Warwickshire Art Gallery at Compton Verney. On Saturday (Nov 17th) leading textile artists were in attendance exhibiting their collections. Designer/makers were commissioning/selling their soft furnishings and other textile home … More Textile Artists producing Handmade Home Textiles and Home Accessories

Illustrations for Savera UK — Hire an Illustrator

Lovely work by UK based illustrator Charlotte Weatherstone…info shared below. Follow the link for more. I was recently commissioned by Savera UK to create a set of limited edition hand-illustrated plates and prints for their annual conference for National Memorial Day. Savera UK operates across the United Kingdom to provide services to individuals from Black … More Illustrations for Savera UK — Hire an Illustrator

Judge Table Essentials Range – A Trade Press article

the following contains product placement Pictured is the small jug, square serving platter and side plate (square) and are 3 of 21 NEW pieces to the Judge Table Essentials collection The Product Judge Table Essentials consists over 100 items in the entire collection which includes glassware. This is classic and stylish Tableware (and Serveware) for … More Judge Table Essentials Range – A Trade Press article

Stage Review – LA STRADA at The Rep, Birmingham UK

Director Sally Cookson, Composer Benji Bower and Writer Mike Akers, presents a winning example of theatrical excellence. This brand-new adaptation for stage of Fellini’s 1957 Oscar-winning film made its UK premiere at Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre and is now halfway through a national tour. In an act of desperation from her mother, young Gelsomina is passed … More Stage Review – LA STRADA at The Rep, Birmingham UK

Stage Review : To Sir, With Love at Birmingham’s Repertory Theatre, UK

The book To Sir, With Love was set not long after the end of WWII in London’s East End. This powerful, autobiographical story by novelist E R Brathwaite is about education, schooling, social divide, and narrow minded attitudes that were entrenched in people both in-school and on the outside. The main theme however, is the … More Stage Review : To Sir, With Love at Birmingham’s Repertory Theatre, UK

Stage Review of Amédée By Eugene Ionesco. Freely adapted by Sean Foley

I saw and heard everything but I’m none the wiser of what the play is meant to represent or any closer to making any sense of it, and this, evidently, is the thinking space conclusion that playwright, Eugene Ionesco first intended. I overheard someone say when asked if they liked it ‘yes, it was good…’ … More Stage Review of Amédée By Eugene Ionesco. Freely adapted by Sean Foley