This is another piece written for and performed at the 2016 Dickens Festival in Rochester. It describes the view from the young Charles’s attick room in Ordnance Terrace, Chatham. That was of course before a railway line was placed there. . .
Written during the Rochester Literature festival 2015, at the Nature Girl workshop hosted by Carol Donaldson. Carol showed us some ideas […]
My father was born in Rochester and told me stories of swimming out as a boy to touch the sides of battleships on the Medway at Chatham. The photograph is by Sibel Cahide Gul, who has created […]
At first glance, this Staffordshire figurine at the Guildhall Museum in Rochester simply portrays a flamboyantly dressed lady surrounded by a leopard and tiger. But read the inscription on the […]