Whilst exploring the loch to lift her spirits she makes an unexpected discovery.
Left with a difficult decision whether to share what she has found or wait until her love returns, she sends love letters from Duddingston Loch; “It’s what I do when I am enough.”
Audio play by award-winning writer Lita Doolan exposes how loving an artist before the age of Enlightenment is not easy.
The Author’s Films are curated by 1.5 degrees COP26, Burning Man and Brighton Digital Festival. Work staged at Bedlam, Lyceum, Hampstead, Sherman, 503; winning 2 playwright awards at Oxford Playhouse.
‘Time For Tea’ Pick of Camden Fringe: "unnerving quality" ★★★★ (Breaking the Fourth Wall), Kings Cross Film Festival 2022
‘Holy Cod’ (version of ‘Wyre Lady of Fleetwood’ – “Storytelling Bonanza”) Best Short Documentary Cult Movies Film Festival