John Knapp-Fisher: poet of Pembrokeshire landscape painting

John Knapp-Fisher I was saddened to read of the death this week of the poet of Pembrokeshire landscape painting, John Knapp-Fisher.  He was one of the few artists I have shaken by the hand, the result of having sought him out at his small roadside studio and gallery at Croesgoch on the road to St David’s in 2011. Then, … Continue reading John Knapp-Fisher: poet of Pembrokeshire landscape painting

Under Milk Wood: from where you are, you can hear their dreams

When Under Milk Wood was first performed in New York in 1953, Dylan Thomas advised the cast to ‘love the words, love the words.’  The other night we went along to the Playhouse to see the Clwyd Theatre Cymru production of this ‘play for voices’ – now touring the country to mark the 60th anniversary of its first radio … Continue reading Under Milk Wood: from where you are, you can hear their dreams