Friday night and we prepare for our final day. In the morning we shall take a vintage coach tour (Leyland Tiger. 1935), beating the bounds of North Hykeham. Following its borders and striking for the heart…
Saturday night – the last performance of The Penny Readings in the Terry O’Toole Theatre.
in North Hykeham. Two pianos, played lovely. Scent of chlorine. Frothy coffee from the machine, a handful of chocolate, fading chalk under puddles. Plotting routes. We travelled the edges, and went out, and came in again. Birds overhead. A boat adrift in a field. Sunshine and mist. Time and space to play with light.
to Sunshine Gray, an artist in Lincoln, who makes things from light and sound; and who has shed the beams of her friendship, knowledge and curiosity upon our week in Lincoln. And also created a very fine sound installation, WC, currently to be heard in the Drill Hall conveniences.
Sought (urgently): several dandelion clocks in the city of Lincoln, before tomorrow tea-time. In return: boundless gratitude, and sweets. Please contact Miss E. Willow, c/o Lincoln Drill Hall. Thankyou.
Dear ladies and gentlemen,
If you happen to find yourself in the vicinity of the Drill Hall in Lincoln this afternoon, do come and join us for an impromptu performance from the astounding Mr. Peter Rollins, and his Experimental Sonic Machines, a truly wonderful collection of musical contraptions. From half past two, for an hour or more.