I like to throw my hat at a few things. Usually it involves acting strange, putting on characters, time traveling, shape shifting and being somebody different for a little while.
I fell in love with the book “Women Who Run With The Wolves” by Clarissa Pinkola Éstes. I have retold some of that collection on several occasions.
Winter Fest Newcastle West – 2013
First performance with Paul Dunworth playing guitar and solo songs. An old style evening of music, song, stories and dance. All photo credits here to Keith O’Rahilly
Éigse Michael Hartnett Poetry and Arts Festival
2014 Peformance on opening night. 2015 performances in local schools and closing party. Paul Dunworth with backing guitar and solo songs.
Barcelona Hello BCN Hostel
Exhibition & Storytelling Performance. February 2014
River installation/performance piece to places stones into the form of Braille, spelling out LOVE and PEACE. The intent was to send energy into the river and create a communication with the water that flows through the town. It was inspired by the research by scientist Masaru Emoto and his work with water crystals. This piece was part of “The Journey” – a group exhibition of NCW arts in conjunction with Compassionate Communities.
Photo credit : Keith O’Rahilly
Otesha Sunshine Coast Tour 2009
In 2009 I took part in a 2 month cycling theatre tour with the Otesha Charity on the west coast of Canada. 11 of us made up the Sunshine Coast Tour and it was superb. We learned and grew and shared our experiences with many others.