The small table pictured is a collaboration between Veronica Gosling and woodworker Clive Hurman, who works with Herefordshire Headway, a charity that supports the adult brain injured. Commissions for similar pieces accepted, please contact us if interested. Dimensions: table top 32.5cm square, height 30cm.
Why Not, What If?
Art, songs, drama, poetry, music, videography on the theme of DON’T. Featured James Turner, Laura Baudin, Tim Coles, Jeff Sleeman, Peter Farrie, Ardyn Griffin, Steven Bramble, Gordon Hill & Veronica Gosling.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Recitation by the well-known actor Norman Bowler with music by flautist Ruth Molins.
Time and Distance
Interpreted by flautist Susie Hodder-Williams, clarinettist Chris Caldwell, with texts performed by James Turner
Play To The Moon
Songs, music, video projections & drawings with Philip Robinson, Vaughan Gallavan..
Dinner with Krishnamurti
Readings and a vegetarian feast
Adjusting The Contrast
Poetry from Susan Taylor, Simon Williams, original songs by Peter Farrie & Katie Whitehouse
Here And Now
Unique interpretations in music, sound, poetry, technology etc…
Empty Houses Are Full Of Noises
A site-specific sonic event
Verses and reverses with Ralph Rochester, Stella Quilley, Peter Reeves, guitarist John Sherlock and others
A cabaret on the theme of the wild boar
Readings, songs, drama
Why Not? What If? was an evening of dramatic, poetic, musical and artistic enquiry into the whys and wherefores of DON’T! It was presented at Studio 36 in 2015 and featured work and performances by poet James Turner, musician Laura Baudin, writer Tim Coles, actor Jeff Sleeman, songwriter Peter Farrie and artists Ardyn Griffin, Steven Bramble, Gordon Hill and Veronica Gosling.
There was a concurrent exhibition in the gallery.
The performance was reprised with new material and some new participants at St Sidwell’s Community Centre in March 2017.