Rob is Writer-in-Residence on the Chatham Placemaking Project, a £4m Government initiative to improve the town centre. Construction work is about to begin to build one hundred of Rob’s poems into the pavements of the town.
As Special Projects Producer for Ridiculusmus, Rob is promoting their new show, Give Me Your Love, throughout its 18-month run:
As Writer-in-Residence for NHS Research & Development NW, Rob is creating a variety of content and workshops as well as managing their archive.
Rob is proud to writing a voice-over for the actor Dominic West, for the documentary ‘After 82’.
Rob is also Editor-in-Chief of The Researcher Magazine, an NHS publication which is read in 45 countries.
CLICK HERE to read the latest issue.
Rob is very proud to be Festival Patron of the Love Arts Festival in Leeds this October. It is a city-wide initiative to raise awareness of mental health issues. Over 100 artists will be taking part as well as well as Opera North, Leeds Grand theatre and many other wonderful companies.
Rob was recently awarded a Junctures Commission to work with Professor Bernie Carter and her team at Edge Hill University and NHS R&D NW on a project for Liverpool Tate about children with chronic, complex pain. The first sharing of their work will take place at the Un-Framed event at Cambridge Junction on October 17th as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
Rob is working with Dr Will Medd to give a 2-day workshop on Failure at the University of Lancaster on 24 + 25 October.
Rob also has a piece on at the Tabard Theatre, Chiswick, on October 23rd as part of a group night celebrating female-independence.