Travel has a way of bringing things home. One day in October I woke up in Dublin, 48 years old, and therefore being in Ireland a middle aged man. By the time went to sleep that night in South Africa, an odd “miracle” made me a very old man indeed. It’s not the travel that […]

A Change in The Weather From Tasmania

October 2014 found me experiencing early Spring in Tasmania. 14 seasons in one day. To be accurate it was early Spring in Penguin, the delightfully named small town on the north coast of the island. For those whose geography is poor, and like me are too stubborn and shy to ask directions, Tasmania is the […]

Battling Ourselves?

While developing CAI I also freelance, taking on occasional work and projects. January saw the culmination of one of these, the Theatre of War Symposium at The Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland’s national theatre. At their request I had researched, identified and transported academics and theatre makers from conflict zones to conversation with the Irish […]

Stand Up On The Rollercoaster.

Over the coming year we’ll post a series of blogs here to keep up with our wandering. Trying to start something new is naturally filled with uncertainty. It’s a rollercoaster that as mature producers we’re familiar with. While the track that leads to the high and lows may not always be the same, their nature […]