We play rock. We live together in a commune. We love each other.

There seems to have been some circumstances more than others that led to the formation of communes by those involved in counter-cultural rock music scenes. One of these would appear to be the point where rock music overlapped with performance Continue reading We play rock. We live together in a commune. We love each other.

Lady Macbeth and the princess

“I’m living in a farmhouse with some friends who have nothing to do with the theatre. It’s what some people might call a commune, but it’s really a sort of artists’ colony.”                                      Helen Mirren While she was playing Lady Macbeth Continue reading Lady Macbeth and the princess

Communal Family Trees (Part 1)

Now and then with one of  my other Diggers & Dreamers editorial colleagues – Jonathan How  (who runs the wonderful Places-To-Be website http://www.places-to-be.com) – we have together  wondered what Commune Family Trees would look like. Along the lines of the Continue reading Communal Family Trees (Part 1)