Port by Simon Stephens

Sometimes, you come across words and music which hit a chord …
This trailer for Leeds University Union Theatre Group’s excellent production of Simon Stephens’ play Port and the performance by the cast and crew at the University’s Stage Theatre last night has managed to do that very thing.

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Off to do a bit of writing … đŸ™‚

Trailer credit: Em Humble
Music: Sweet Disposition by The Temper Trap

Review of Port Production

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About Jonathan Humble

Jonathan Humble is a deputy head teacher at a school in Cumbria. A collection of his light poetry (My Camel's Name Is Brian) has been published by TMB Books. His poetry has appeared in The Big Issue In The North, Poems For Freedom, The Dragon Poet Quarterly, Lighten Up Online, Paragram, The Teacher, Spilling Cocoa Over Martin Amis, The Tripe Marketing Board’s Diary, Ink Sweat & Tears, Obsessed With Pipework, Clear Poetry, Curlew Calling Anthology, Atrium, Three Drops Press, Riggwelter Press, Zoomorphic, Fairacre Press, Amaryllis, EyeFlash Poetry, Burning House Press, Picaroon Poetry and on BBC Radio. His short stories and poems for children have been published in The Caterpillar, The Looking Glass Magazine, Amazing Magazine and Stew Magazine. He is the Poet Laureate for the Tripe Marketing Board and Rossendale’s Sunday Clog Market. Other than writing poetry and short stories, his hobbies include beard growing, pointing at poppies and keeping the international coffee industry afloat with his patronage.
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