Sidelong Glance is back with a new project based at the University of Liverpool. Whose History?, a series of four films, tells the stories of people who have lived, worked and studied on the university's South Campus over the past 200 years. It considers individual lives and collective experiences. It examines relationships between place, memory, … Continue reading And now, we present…Whose History?
Nell took to the airwaves again in the winter to contribute to a fascinating series for BBC Radio 4, Britain in Ten Operas, presented by the celebrated baritone Roderick Williams. In the second episode, 'Courtesans and Captains', which you can listen to here, she discussed the traditional associations between Gilbert & Sullivan's comic operas and … Continue reading Britain in Ten Operas
Albert James was always on the move. As a soloist and stage manager with the D'Oyly Carte touring company he took prominent roles on stage and behind the scenes both nationally and internationally, and as an advance publicity manager for provincial tours it was his job to stoke excitement in towns and cities across Britain … Continue reading Tracing Albert