Whitestone Arts and 59 Productions, in partnership with Brontë Parsonage Museum and Theatre in the Mill present Stormy House / Arashi no ie

Old School Room, Church Street, Haworth BD22 8DR
3 – 11 November 2018
10.30am – 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Entry free, all welcome, suitable for children over 7

Stormy House / Arashi no ie is an ongoing project to explore the ghost world of Wuthering Heights from the perspective of traditional Japanese ghost tales (Kaidan). The uncanny elements of the novel are considered in an extended comparison with these ancient stories that were translated into English around 1900 by the Greco-Irish author Patrick Lafcadio Hearn. 

Here are my ghostly Lullabies. Enjoy!

You can find more information about the project here:



Gaelictronica 2018 - CCA - Singing with WHYTE

I am a singer, voice coach and singing teacher. I teach small groups and individuals focusing on improving the relationship between the body and the voice as a means to better communication both in performance and within the everyday. 

My ethos and approach to voice is rooted in the body. Drawing on meditation breathing techniques, pranayama and an asanas (hatha yoga poses), I encourage my students to listen, observe and discover their natural voice. We work on understanding the ways in which voice operates, explore its past and train its future potentials. My aim is to nurture my students' voices, help establish healthy habits and find the connection between their voices and bodies.

In 2017, I started researching the relationship between voice and somarit practices as a means to find and free one's natural voice. This research led to The Holistic Voice sessions which run succesfully at Yoga Healing Glasgow and Studio 70.

In January 2018, I was invited by Deborah Middleton (Co-director of the Centre for Psychophysical Performance Research) at the University of Huddersfield, to present parts of this research to staff and PhD students of their research department.

If you wish to have a voice lesson, or have any enquiries, please do get in contact!