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ENGLISH JOURNEY PHOTOGRAPHIC DISPLAY AT LEEDS COLLEGE OF ART

In 2013 photographer John Angerson embraced the spirit of J.B. Priestley’s 1933 classic text, English Journey, by travelling the country and photographing the contemporary scene. His photos do what Priestley’s words also did: captured the essence of Englishness and the … Continue reading

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A PHOTOGRAPHIC ENGLISH JOURNEY

An exhibition which opens in Leeds this July explores 21st century England in the “rambling, truthful” spirit of one of J.B. Priestley’s most significant works, English Journey.  John Angerson’s English Journey can be seen at the Blenheim Walk Gallery from … Continue reading

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A THEATRE PROGRAMME – OF SORTS

Rummaging through a box in a branch of Oxfam recently we came across – and bought – a copy of a programme for A Severed Head, the 1962/63 stage adaptation by Iris Murdoch and J B Priestley of the former’s … Continue reading

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2015/16 TOUR OF THE STEPHEN DALDRY NATIONAL THEATRE PRODUCTION OF AN INSPECTOR CALLS

The National Theatre’s ground-breaking and multi-award-winning production of An Inspector Calls, directed by Stephen Daldy, will commence a nationwide tour from September this year. Although details of the full tour have yet to be announced the production will be at … Continue reading

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MORE LOCATIONS FOR AN INSPECTOR CALLS…

The location unit shooting the new BBCTV-commissioned film version of An Inspector Calls has continued to make use of locations in North and West Yorkshire. Norton Primary School is standing in for a 1912 Infirmary, whilst the former Green Man … Continue reading

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