2012 UPDATED There will be no Up The Line 2012 event, please see our London Underground event no man's land [click] Below is a short film from behind the scenes that includes many interviews with the Friends of Margate St John’s Cemetery and a taste of why they got involved. There is also the feedback from our formal annual survey conducted 3-months after the performance to ascertain whether the event had residual impact months later. All feedback is provided verbatim. If y
Contributors: Julian Jacobson, Pianist Keren’Or Pazard, Dance Choreographer Dougal Squires, Film Interviewer Joe Duggan, Poet, The German Graves Bran Jones, Photographer, Broadstairs Kai Clear, Filmmaker Harry Vendryes, Film Performer Mo and Jane Black – Lantern Artists Dead Rat Orchestra, Performance at front gate and exit Jazzman John Clarke, Light Brigade Poet Harriet Olins, Lifeboat Poet Isabel White, Poetry Director Mel Simpson, Artist Liaison Manager Mark Holihan, Broad
RAMSGATE ARTS Hi , Just wanted to say how much we enjoyed Remembrance on Thursday night. Great to see something like this locally. We're working on our festival for next year, the third Summer Squall which will be in August. Is there anything we could maybe link up on or include of yours in the event? It's meant partly to be showcasing the best of the area. It would be interesting to have a chat. Yours METROPOLITAN POLICE Subject: RE: Up The Line 2011 Cemetery Per
UNIQUE LIVE PERFORMANCE EVENT TO TAKE PLACE IN MARGATE CEMETERY AS PART OF REMEMBRANCE New and traditional art forms meet in an exploration of conflict, war and human tolerance This November 10th, the eve of remembrance day, a unique multi-disciplinary performance event will take place in the atmospheric setting of Margate’s St John’s Cemetery.
The free event, called ‘Up the Line’, will bring together new media and traditional art forms in an exploration of attitudes toward
UP THE LINE 2010 Survey of Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery Event 11th November 2011 This survey was sent to 107 people who gave their email addresses at the end of the 2010 event. Information of the survey was also posted as a message on Brockley Central blog spot. The results below are supplied by our email list management service. Of the 47 people who opened the email 29 click through to the survey. A total of 32 people completed the survey with the maximum of 26 people p
Wonderfully creative and local – more please Lovely evening – thank you Nice music and thought provoking too It was really lovely! Wonderful atmosphere, I’ll remember it for a long time xxx Never knew how big the place was I really enjoyed the walk and the poems. Very peaceful. Thank you I love the diary and the film and piano A wonderful idea thank you Gloomy A great event – very moving Brilliant organisation. Please do it again Very well done Traditional – a song from one o