Following a successful launch event at Carnegie House, Bridgend, the performance of Limestone Man readings comes to the Green Room...
The novel features a main character, Richard Parry, who returns to south Wales after teaching in Australia. He discovers his hometown is now notorious for the suicides of young people.
Parry is a ‘writer who cannot write, a painter who does not paint’. His obsession is Lulu, “an orphan off the street, an aboriginal green child.” Lulu was gone missing in mysterious circumstances.
‘Limestone Man’ is the second novel in Robert Minhinnick’s ‘Sea Holly’ series.
The performance will feature readings by Robert Minhinnick and Lucy Bourke; plus music on theremin and Ableton Push played live by Peter Morgan.
‘Limestone Man’ retails at £9.99. available at SUSSED
Review of Limestone Man at Wales Art Review "Limestone Man is a very fine novel written with a hypnotic style"