Beautiful End: A Shared Performance
‘Beautiful End’ is a project led by Artist in Residence Carran Waterfield, and is based on the 1918 novel of the same name by Westmorland writer Constance Holme. The book focuses on the life of an elderly tenant farmer and the care he receives from his relatives, and this project will explore the novel’s themes of old age, home and identity.
As part of the ‘Beautiful End’ project, theatre-maker Carran Waterfield will join violinist Carolyn Francis and bassoonist Luke Crookes for performances and discussion, as they explore the themes raised by the novel within their own unique art forms.
This is a ‘pay what you can’ performance.
26th May 2018 (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)