Famous theatre director writes about Trotton church wall-paintings in The Times

Dominic Dromgoole, a former artistic director of the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and art writer, best known for directing Shakespeare's Globe: Henry V (2013) and Making Noise Quietly (2019), attended a wedding at St George's church in Trotton recently and came back this week with a view to writing about the 600+ year old wall-paintings. His article in the Times yesterday is attached.

For those interested in the paintings, a series of articles in the local parish magazine also covered them and you can see the latest article by clicking on the "R and T News" button HERE.

Churchwarden Amanda Townshend has launched a public appeal for funding to help pay for new eco-friendly heating for the church, which she believes will help to preserve the paintings for longer than previous heating methods in the past. See attached article and please contact amandatownshend@gmail.com for more information or to discuss donating.

Posted: Tue, 20 Jul 2021 10:05 by Neil

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