Wednesday, 18 March 2015

In Fog And Falling Snow - Volunteer Intro Meeting

I have joined a group of volunteer photographers recruited to capture the build up to the In Fog And Falling Snow production being put on by York Theatre Royal at the National Railway Museum in July this year. Most of the production - some 500 cast and crew members, is being made up by volunteers and we were all invited to an introductory meeting on the last day the theatre would be open before being closed for a major refurbishment. 

In Fog And Falling Snow will weave its way round the National Railway Museum as the play unfolds, telling the story as "George Hudson sets forth on his journey to build the great East Coast rail network at any cost, the people who build it, along with investors and passengers are caught up in the reckless extravagance of his great adventure. The cost is high for all involved. As they place their bets on the future and the wheel of fortune rolls from the station towards the dark night, only the driver’s daughter sees the danger ahead." (York Theatre Royal)

These are some of my photos from that introductory meeting. There are more on my Flickr page and I'll add more during the cast workshops rehearsals and so on.









Wednesday, 18 March 2015

In Fog And Falling Snow - Volunteer Intro Meeting

I have joined a group of volunteer photographers recruited to capture the build up to the In Fog And Falling Snow production being put on by York Theatre Royal at the National Railway Museum in July this year. Most of the production - some 500 cast and crew members, is being made up by volunteers and we were all invited to an introductory meeting on the last day the theatre would be open before being closed for a major refurbishment. 

In Fog And Falling Snow will weave its way round the National Railway Museum as the play unfolds, telling the story as "George Hudson sets forth on his journey to build the great East Coast rail network at any cost, the people who build it, along with investors and passengers are caught up in the reckless extravagance of his great adventure. The cost is high for all involved. As they place their bets on the future and the wheel of fortune rolls from the station towards the dark night, only the driver’s daughter sees the danger ahead." (York Theatre Royal)

These are some of my photos from that introductory meeting. There are more on my Flickr page and I'll add more during the cast workshops rehearsals and so on.