Back To…

My husband is a teacher, so, for him, today marked “back to school”. He loves his job, but this morning he was as sad as any pupil about the end of summer and the loss of freedom term-time brings with it. It won’t take him long at all to settle back, though, and immerse himself in the opportunities of school life.

September means that I am fully back to work as well – and not just with the educational commitments I too still have, which begin later in the month. Summer is always a strange time for theatre work, unless involved in a full festival production or some other event. It’s hard to plan as so many emails are answered by “out of office” messages as people are on holiday or away at festivals; hard to fully keep up with admin. because it’s sunny and warm outside (at least that’s been a legitimate excuse this year!).

So, September marks the return to all that. And I’m ready for it. I’ve already had a useful meeting this morning with Talk With Leap ( a great Lancaster-based organisation, who help emerging artists of all kinds), which has given me some tips and advice about a late-autumn story-telling event/show I’m planning for some local pubs. I’ve also been emailing various colleagues about The Rose Company, which is hopefully performing Iphigenia in Cambridge – and maybe other places – in late-November. I’m meeting with an actor soon, to talk about that and other things, and there are other contacts I need to make regarding ELART productions I have in mind for the new year and beyond.

I’m feeling energised, which is helpful.

Back to… the future!

elaru xx

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