Setting our house in order
Throughout the year, the Royal Opera House is a hive of activity. Sets for multiple productions are always being moved around the cavernous area backstage for rehearsals, maintanence work and (of course) performance.
Although there are still a few weeks to go before the curtain rises on our 2017/18 Season, work is carrying on apace to ensure that everything is set for The Royal Opera's opener on 11 September.
Finally got an A-Level! Life can take you in all sorts of directions and as a youngster I trod a sometimes precarious path. I promised myself that I would make it to university and achieve my full academic potential. Some might say I did, but the pain of not studying for and achieving post 16 qualifications stayed with me for a long time. I made up for some of this with my musical theatre grade 8 a few years ago and also studied this #ALevel via distance learning with @Ics_learn I much prefer being taught with others as it's clear that discussion can really help to move thinking on but I still gained a lot from this course, as well as to understand what it is to take a ALevel! young'uns take three or four of these things! Really enjoyed the coursework elements but it's clear I'm still not that good at conforming to standards sometimes! Not perfect but not bad either. Better late than never! #CreativeWriting#AmWriting#English#EnglishLanguage#ALevelResults#icslearn#DistanceLearning#LifeLongLearning#SpokenWord#Theatre#maturestudent#NeverGiveUp#MadeTheGrade#KateTempest
Goodness goodness! More lovely dovely feedback for #ARobotInHumanSkin ! Come experience the frank exploration of anxiety for yourself! 20:30, Underbelly Med Quad. Part of #EdFringe
Tickets and more info on my website, link in my profile!
Today we are taking part in an Instagram swap with local organisations @Pallanthousegallery, @Chichesterft and @Wealddownmuseum.
This is 'Newton after Blake (Maquette for Newton II)' 1993 by Eduardo Paolozzi in front of 'The Architects' 1981 by R. B. Kitaj.
Acknowledged as the creator of British Pop Art, Paolozzi's preoccupation with man and machine reveals the extent to which he brought art and science together. His work can be seen at both Pallant House Gallery and CASS.