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LOW&HIGH – edition 1 – has ended. Many thanks to all involved!

LOW&HIGH programme has come to the end. Many thanks to all involved in the micro-residencies, theatre projects, workshops and talks. It have been great three months in Folkestone. We wouldn’t make it without your contribution and support! Special thanks to TRANSPORT (Emma Cameron and Douglas Rintoul), The Folkestone Triennial, Duncan Brannan (KKC), Diane Dever (Folkestone Fringe), Matt Rowe (B&B Project Space) and Amanda Oates … Continue reading

THE VISITORS – TALK 2: Arts and Human Rights Movement Connections

Monica Mukerjee (Young Professionals in Human Rights) and Douglas Rintoul (Transport) in conversation on human rights issues, activism and arts. Many thanks to both our speakers and to everybody who came to the event and participated in the discussion. This event looked at the role of the arts and importance of the artist’s voice in … Continue reading

Transport’s Theatre Projects – ‘Elegy’ – rehearsals and free acting workshops

Transport’s director Douglas Rintoul and actor Jamie Bradley are finishing the second week of rehearsals of ‘Elegy’ today. On Thursday evening they run second from the series of four free acting workshops. Thank you to all who came! Douglas and Jamie will be back at LOW&HIGH space to continue rehearsing from 18th July. Next workshop will take place on 14th … Continue reading

First day of Transport’s rehearsals of Elegy and return of the dragging anchors

The anchors and ropes used by Blue Curry in his installation left the LOW&HIGH space to be returned to the fishermen at the Folkestone harbour. Many thanks to Peter Reed of Folkestone Trawlers Ltd and Diane Dever of the folkestone fringe. The space has been once again transformed, this time to serve as a rehearsal … Continue reading

LOW&HIGH Launch

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