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For further information please leave a comment below,

or contact me via the following;

graeme@stanscafe.co.uk

+44 (07854) 873277

 

Selected images from my work can be viewed at  www.myspace.com/graemerose


9 Responses to “contact me”

  1. 1 Mom

    Hi,Grae,
    Just read your blog.Hope the ear is not bothering you too much,you make sure and look both ways when you’re out!!
    I trust you are making the most of your spare time and enjoying exploring Edinburgh.We are fine and weather is ok at the moment,hope it’s the same with you.
    Take care,lots of love,
    from Mom and Dad
    xxxxxx

  2. 2 Tim Marshall

    Hi Graeme
    I hope that the “dark lady” goes well at the RSC pilot night next Thursday. You won’t have a better bassoonist!
    Tim

    • Thanks, Tim. I feel very lucky to have the chance to work with Gretha in this testing ground for new ideas. Graeme

  3. 4 Sarah Murray

    Hi Graeme,
    I’m Sarah Murray (nee Cale) and Cyril was my grandad. I live in Chester now so could not make the recent performance. However, I visited The Hive last weekend in search of anything related to my grandad and niece, Kasey.
    I was deeply moved by the displays that I saw, in particular, when he appeared on the film to tell his tales of the cattle market. I’m sure you will appreciate how emotional that was after losing him earlier in the year.
    I just want to thank you for your contribution in making the memory of my grandad live on. I am sure I will return for future visits.

  4. Hi Sarah,
    It’s lovely to hear from you. Thanks for getting in touch. It was a real joy to be involved in the project at The Hive. A friend and colleague, Rachael, had been in touch and I jumped at the opportunity of working with her and her company Vamos. Her passion for the project was driven by a desire to do justice to those ‘real lives’ at the heart of the research. ie. the stories from the Jones twins and from your grandad.
    The script was drawn from an interview that Cyril gave to the Justin Hughes. Having worked with what we call ‘verbatim’ texts before, I know how powerful a source material it can be. About 10 years ago I conducted some interviews for Aardman’s “Creature Comforts” and that reinforced for me how important it is to record memories in this way for posterity. So much humanity comes through in the patterns or ‘untidiness’ of everyday speech, and so it was with Cyril’s interview – his turns of phrase, his attention to detail, etc. leave us with a portrait of something unique and very special. A time and a place that can never be again. I think Justin passed on a copy of the recording to Cyril’s son (your dad or uncle perhaps?) so I hope you have a chance to listen yourself at some point. I still have a copy so if you’re stuck for it I can duplicate it for you.

    All the best,
    Graeme

  5. Dear Graeme its Sandra here from Friction – last time I saw you was at Espirito – and grand it was too .. its been enjoyable reading your blog – as I didn’t know you had one.., good read. I’m also writing to see if you have Tony’s number – the guy you came to Espirito with… we knew him well when he last lived in Brum – he gave me his number but I’ve lost it – I’d be really grateful if you could forward me his details. thanks Graeme – see you soon??!! regards Sandra.

  6. Hey, Graeme,
    I’m Justina, I have read your blog and just wanted to say that I appreciate your work :)

  7. 8 Kathryn Knight

    So, Graeme, unless I am mistaken, you were the indefatigable Siegfried in the unforgettable Twilightofthefreakinggods, and by Sunday lunchtime had recovered enough to be Professor Hackett at the rep. Kudos. I enjoyed both, but the Saturday performance will linger with me longer. Thank you.

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