Silksheen Productions is presenting two pieces at this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Bob Baldwin

Bob Baldwin has written, produced and directed award-winning drama, comedy and documentaries for BBC, ITV, CNN, Discovery and PBS including Tales of Uplift and Moral Improvement (BBC), History of the Future (CNN), Little Big Planet 3 (Sony), Grim Tales with Rik Mayall, Silent Night with Steven Berkoff and he was Emmy nominated for Horse Opera (Channel 4)

Hilary Townley

Hilary Townley's acting credits include leading roles in acclaimed productions for the RSC, the West End, Broadway and as a founder member of Deborah Warner's award winning Kick Theatre. She has worked in TV and radio and has been a presenter for London's LBC Radio on their popular Drivetime slot. She has worked on the B.Supreme Festival for Women in Hip Hop at the South Bank and on the ground breaking Dare2Dance programme.She worked with The Noontide Sun to produce The Double Bass in London. In 2017 she produced the critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare's “Venus and Adonis” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and its subsequent production at the Shakespeare's Rose Playhouse on London's Southbank.

Stephen Graham

Stephen's first production at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe was Hauptman by John Logan, which won a Fringe First. He went on to produce John Logan’s first play Never The Sinner at the Playhouse Theatre, London. The production starred Joss Ackland and Julian Glover and featured a young Ben Daniels, who was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2017 he produced the critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s “Venus and Adonis” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and its subsequent production at the Shakespeare’s Rose Playhouse on London’s Southbank.

Jan Baldwin

Jan is an award winning photographer with a fine art background based in London. Her photographic projects range from premium global brands to helping small businesses expand. She has over 25 books on subjects as varied as English Eccentric Interiors, Safari food and Ceramic artists.

“The Koln Concert” Concert

Dorian Ford, internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, shares his passion for Keith Jarrett’s brilliant 1975 iconic improvisation. Rarely performed, he plays the Kishinami/Yamashita transcription creating an unusual chance to hear a vivid interpretation from an improvisor’s perspective.
More infomation: