The old Gaelic word for green or maybe blue, Glas represents the confusion, conflation or uncertainty between these colours which is common in many languages and societies. As visitors to Suffolk, Morven Gregor and Gerry Loose bring a fresh cultural focus to place and people. This collaborative work considers both sea and land traditions, reflecting on flat green horizons and vast blue skyscapes, mining the languages of shipping and botany and of colour and secrecy, combining objects and images wrought into poetry.


Saturday 7 November, 12.00 – 2.00pm FREE
The Lookout Tower, Aldeburgh
Sunday 8 November, 11.30am – 12.30pm FREE
The Dovecote, Snape

Part of the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival 2015. Further information at





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