Preview of ‘The Return’ – Creative Fusion Event 30th April

The ReturnTrailer: https://www.facebook.com/100008263213049/videos/1551350821817010

I’m excited about seeing this in four days for a number of reasons:

It’s an innovative project involving and aimed at providing stimulating opportunities for adults with learning difficulties, and..

  • It draws on some of the mysteries of the Dark Peak
  • It makes use of the dramatic scenery of the area
  • The storyline intrigues me
  • I have a little role in it, yet have not seen any of the scenes!

It will be shown at the start of the Creative fusion night this Thursday and you can be one of the first to see locally made film ‘The Return’ “The Return is a psychological thriller, set in and around Glossopdale, the film follows a film crew who come to Glossop to make a documentary, on their arrival they discover that there is something strange about this sleepy little town… are there ghosts? parallel dimensions? or is it all a hoax? The films psychological angle draws you in, whilst building the suspense, and feeding you information to keep your mind racing and questioning what is going on.

Can you help? Please get in touch if you can help. We would like people to share our trailer, film and info with friends and contacts, mailing lists newsletters social media etc.” whatsonnorthwest@hotmail.co.uk Showing at the Creative Fusion Night https://www.facebook.com/events/1548518212076037/ Made by Life you Choose https://www.facebook.com/lifeyouchoose
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Creative Fusion Night April 30th

An evening of Live Music, Spoken Word, Puppetry and preview the locally made Psychological Thriller… ‘The Return’

Trailer
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1551350821817010

Money raised will go to ‘Life You Choose’, an arts and multimedia group for people with learning difficulties.

Tickets are £5 on the door
Event starts at 7pm prompt

Doing ‘Weather’ at Droylsden Library, Tameside; April 12th

Photo by Dusty Baggins

Photo by Dusty Baggins

Spoken word ‘Open Mic’ event at Droylsden library, Tameside, 10.30-12.30pm, Saturday 11th April. The theme is WEATHER. Spoken word only, poetry/short story.
Free event. Tea/coffee and biscuits. Come along to listen, or read up to 2-3 pieces poetry or one short story each depending on numbers attending, break half time.
 I’ll be reading short extracts of ‘Weather’ scenes from my novels. Find more about them here:
There is a small car park at the back of the library, and some on road parking to the side of the library. (Tel: 0161 370 1282)