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Luke Crookes
Bassoonist and creative music & cross-arts workshop leader.
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Olivia Armstrong Sep 12
Need courage? Try thyme. Ancient Greeks and Romans burned it, massaged with it and drank it to induce bravery. Medieval knights wore it attached to armour to ensure courage. The Scottish brewed it into tea for courage and to keep away nightmares
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Heron Corn Mill Sep 4
Powsowdie with and Nell Dale. Remembering school days and school dinners
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Luke Crookes Aug 31
SIRF 2019 Dissolve trailer A piece for dancers, fountain, bassoon, electronics and voice. Created by choreographer performed this summer at
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Clare Fildes Aug 30
This 2019 we created & performed Dissolve, a human story, for In this current state of world affairs a human story strikes a few chords Costumes by Alison Hamilton & photographer John Hamilton
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Carran Waterfield Aug 27
From grassroots - essential to building an infrastructure for meaningful long term arts projects. People first, local first, home-grown first, alongside expertise that could be lurking locally you never know - map your area - walk your ward. Where are the creatives?
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Heron Corn Mill Aug 21
Powsowdie in full swing. Homemade harvest pasties eaten and we're reminiscing about haytime. With and Nell Dale
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Heron Corn Mill Aug 19
Last Monday led a Workshop where the group used found sounds in and around the mill to create their own unique soundtrack, check it out below!
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Luke Crookes Aug 17
Over 3 hours the young people explored abstract sounds, heritage & creative thinking. We explored energy surrounding the life of corn; from wheat to water to mill. The aim was to begin the concept of embodied sound and free creativity. Film
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Luke Crookes Aug 13
Our Docks via thanks to The Museum of London Docklands and children of Britannia Village for creating a movement story and soundscape about the history of the Royal docks in just 2 days. An amazing way to embody our history. Performed in the dock.
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Heron Corn Mill Aug 12
Music and devising. Storytelling through sounds and movement. Looks like fun.
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Heron Corn Mill Aug 12
Exploring mill sounds and shapes with
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Luke Crookes Aug 11
I’ve booked a ticket. Thanks Chicken
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Feel Good Festival Aug 10
For details on today's line-up, travel advice and much more, visit
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Stockton Council Aug 3
SIRF19 Friday Highlights video, yes please! Relive your best bits, see you what you missed out on, jot down your must sees! Come, enjoy, share.... It's all happening in Stockton
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Luke Crookes Aug 9
Replying to @littlebluemannw
Thank you so much Carran for your words. It was only down to your creative course that I’ve been able to renew my confidence to listen to and allow creative ideas in myself and workshop participants
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Luke Crookes Aug 9
Slug Invasion Heron Corn Mill via In 4 hours the young people searched in the grounds for inspiration and created sound to go with their film. A very creative great team. Amazing contrasts with industry and nature
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Heron Corn Mill Aug 9
Now in full flow. Making music with
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Heron Corn Mill Aug 9
Off to find objects to make sounds with
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Luke Crookes Aug 4
Replying to @pdfinegan @choreoruth
Thanks so much Peter, I really appreciate your positive vibes.
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Severn Arts Aug 3
Great first day of seeing interesting, thought provoking & fun stuff
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