Audience & Organiser Comments
“Intelligent, relevant, and very entertaining”
David Robertson, GOAL (Greater Opportunities for the Arts in Leeds), on Sonnet Lumière, 7 November 2003
"Every one of the delegates commented on how stimulating Trio Literati are and what an interesting and useful way to start the event it was“
Professor G Julier, School of Landscape Design, Leeds Metropolitan University, on Hang About! The waiting experience, 16 September 2004
“The pieces you performed were brilliantly chosen and raised lots of questions which were followed up in the rest of the Conference”
Dr K Cassidy, School of Management, University of Liverpool, on Hang About! The waiting experience, 11 November 2004
On words-and-music performances
"A wonderful performance which enthralled the audience, bringing Wartime Britain to life"
Anna Robinson and Victoria Sharp, House Managers, Harewood House, on VE Day, 8 May 2005
"I am still glowing with delight and gratitude. The performance you gave was wonderful and many of my friends wrote to say how much they had enjoyed the experience. They also asked if it had been recorded and I was so sad that I had not thought of it! Thank you with all my heart."
Following our performance at a 60th birthday party.
"Very many thanks again for a wonderful performance"
James Lomax, Decorative Arts Curator, Temple Newsam House, on Life with Aunt Emily, 30 October 2004
Some audience comments on Life with Aunt Emily
"Lively presentation of first rate source material"
"The innovative performance brought history to life"
"Splendid event with wonderful singing and actors"
"Most valuable was the actual reconstruction of the Victorian era – life style and atmosphere – so much new information"
"Brilliant presentation – great sense of fun"
"Thank you for a magic evening of 1930’s glamour, comedy and nostalgia. We forgot the rest of the audience – we were right there on the ship with you!"
David Allott, Friends of Nostell Priory, on P & O 1930, 9 July 2005
"Witty and moving presentation of our town's history"
Jenny Paddock, Director, Bewdley Festival, on The Beautiful Place – Bewdley in Fashion and Flood, 10 October 2005
"The biggest audience we had for any Festival Fringe event, and a great success"
Ilkley Literature Festival, on Gawain, the (Almost) Perfect Knight, 1 October 2006