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Woven Threadsby Jess Lucas
Talking to my friend one day about the “It's really Interesting, I promise” history of the needle, I wondered if anyone other than my incredibly patient friend would like to hear about this and the other rabbit holes I fall down. Craft, incredible creators and connection through history are what fascinate me. Join me, Jess Lucas, as I explore some of the craft, art and heritage that is woven through all of our lives. I will look at CRAFTSMEN, CRAFT and CULTURE in trilogies based around different themes, and would love if you could join me on this journey. A Podcast by: CLUTH
Copyright: Jess Lucas
When you think about the Elizabethans and the culture connected to that time, there is one name you can’t really ignore. William Shakespeare is still known all around the world for his plays; The fairies, the tragedies and the balconies. In this our final episode in the set about 16th century crafts, we look at the theatre culture in the 16th century and how it still relates to the arts in the UK today.
Check out the transcript on our Blog: https://www.cluth.co.uk/blog
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Woven Threads has 3 episodes in total of non- explicit content. Total playtime is 37:30. The language of the podcast is English. This podcast has been added on August 24th 2022. It might contain more episodes than the ones shown here. It was last updated on February 26th, 2024 01:45.