The spaces and places of fairy tales: exploring the world of Lost, Found and Told


Whether you have purchased a copy of the tales or are still thinking about doing so, you are warmly invited to sit back and enjoy this free event we held at the Literary & Philosophical Society on Wednesday 16th December 2020. Originally filmed as a live stream event via You Tube, we recorded the session and it is now available for you to enjoy at any time. We have also downloaded the audio file onto Soundcloud if you would rather listen to it as a podcast. 


Watch: Cinzia Hardy (outgoing Artistic Director and the Director of Lost, Found and Told) talks to Fiona Ellis (Writer of Lost, Found and Told); Matthew Tuckey (Sound Designer) and Katie Doherty (Composer) to discuss how we made the tales and how they connect us to the Northumberland landscape. This is followed by a short Q&A. 

Watch here. 

Listen: The same conversation has been recorded and uploaded to Soundcloud for you to download and enjoy as a podcast. 

Listen here. 

If you have been inspired by the conversations from the makers of Lost, Found and Told: New Audio Tales for Northumberland they are available to buy for a RRP of £10 via Bandcamp. November Club (bandcamp.com)

Lost, Found and Told is inspired by traditional fairy tales and draws on the rich heritage and landscape of Northumberland. Originally conceived as a live performance, Covid-19 restrictions has transformed it into an audio production. 

Credits

Writer: Fiona Ellis
Composer: Katie Doherty
Director: Cinzia Hardy
Sound Designer: Matthew Tuckey
Assistant Sound Designer: Corrie Livesey
Production Manager: Simon Henderson
Videography: Dave Poremba
Graphics: Hannah Fox

Narrators: Janine Birkett, Phil Corbitt, Zoe Lambert, Jane Wade

Music:

Jane Wade sings She is
Ella Smith sings The Boy in the Tower
Khalil Abdulrahman (Tambur in Kindness to Strangers )
Lawrence Neale (Drums and Bodhran in Kindness to Strangers)
Andy May (Northumbrian Pipes in She is)

Recorded at The Old Church Studio, Thropton

She is and The Boy in the Tower: Original songs composed by Katie Doherty PRS/MCPS and supported by the PRS Foundation’s The Open Fund for Organisations

Greenland Whale Fishery Trad. Arr. By The Company
Felton Lonnen Trad. Arr. By The Company
The Collier’s Rant Trad. Arr. By The Company
Traditional Kurdish melodies arranged by Khalil Abdulrahman

A special thanks to Adam Forster (The Old Church Studio, Thropton) and Amanda Drago (Green Croft on the Wall) for their help during the recording process.

Our Funders

Lost Found and Told: New Audio Tales for Northumberland is supported by Arts Council England, Northumberland County Council, Great Northumberland 2020, Discover our Land, Blyth Town Council, The Joicey Trust, The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust and PRS Foundation's The Open Fund for Organisations.

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