Robertsbridge Arts Partnership Online Productions
The recorded RAP OP presentations are uploaded to YouTube. To view, see below to pick your show and click on play icon.
Entertainment in the comfort of your home via Zoom – a project that was sparked by lock-down, the Covid-19
government rules and our inability to provide live entertainment.
These are informal productions (no one involved behind the camera is a professional).
The format is either a presentation, an interview or a conversation between like-minded individuals.
From writers to illustrators, painters to poets we have so much talent to showcase in Robertsbridge.
We have produced 6 shows with the first being held in October 2020.
Most of the shows are 60 minutes in duration, with a question/answer session kept for the end.
The Romney Marsh Gang
Aunt Barbara’s Fireplace
Notes from the Opera Pit
The Illustrious Illustrators
The video is 1hr and 14 minutes long. PLEASE NOTE – due to technical problems beyond our control the first 15 minutes of the event is missing from this video. We are working with technical support to try and recover this section.
THE BONFIRE SOCIETY, the past, the present and the future.
If you would like to make a donation to the Robertsbridge Bonfire Society:
Icebound in the Arctic
Thank you to Mr. Judd for his very enlightening presentation (Sunday 16 May 2021). This show was recorded and is now available to view.
Alan Judd is the author of 15 novels and two biographies. He previously served as a soldier in the British army and as a diplomat in the Foreign Office. Judd is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has won numerous awards including the Guardian Fiction Prize and the Heinemann Award, with three of his novels having been filmed.
Alan’s latest: A Fine Madness, a novel about Christopher Marlowe published last month by Simon & Schuster, chosen as The Sunday Times historical fiction Book of the Month, also one of The Guardian Books of the Month.
To view: https://rap.org.uk/rap-op/