Monday, 8 November 2021

THE CLAW

THE CLAW

Read by Eithne Browne as part of The Bootle Literary Festival November 2021


Written by The Sound Agents Moira Kenny, Sound by John J. Campbell as part of The Dockers Club a project working in collaboration with @SeftonLibraries and Sefton CVS. The story consists of  verbatim dialogue from face to face oral history recordings in meetings in Crosby Library and Bootle Library with Kevin Robinson and his former Registered Dock Worker colleagues. This project was funded by Awards for All

Many thanks to Leslie Davis, Andrew Farthing, Kevin Robinson, Andy Gilliard, Frank McKenna, John Brett, Joan Mason and Phil Nichols. Join the Dockers Club on Facebook

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Tuesday, 12 October 2021

BOOTLE LITERARY FESTIVAL

 

 

To mark the end of The Dockers Project funded by Awards for All, The Sound Agents present The Claw a performance read by Eithne Browne as part of Bootle Literary Festival. 

Thanks to Ex Dockers: Kevin Robinson and Frank McKenna and Andy and John Brett for their contributions

Wednesday, 29 September 2021

LIVERPOOL IRISH FESTIVAL EVENT



The Sound Agents present: The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo a verbatim play detailing the forced deportation of Chinese seamen in Liverpool in 1946. Written and performed at the Unity Theatre in 2014, Tina Malone as Cathleen Delaney and Simon Wan as Mr Foo will perform live on Zoom straight in to your living room and hearts.

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The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo 

Monday, 12 July 2021

IN CONVERSATION WITH JOHN J CAMPBELL

 

                                                                                  

                      Then Along Came Lennon: A First Hand Account of Liverpool Art School Bands

Thursday, 24 June 2021

IN CONVERSATION ART SCHOOL BANDS

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In conversation with Martin Dempsey


In conversation with Henry Priestman

                                                                                                  

                                                           In conversation with John Wood