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Rob Irish

Tracks Darlington, a music collective of which I am a part, were recently invited to curate and host an event within the Paines Plough Roundabout, an incredibly unique pop-up theatre-in-the-round which tours the country, and would be in town for a weekend.

In our ongoing mission to address the underrepresentation of females in the music industry, we created Womenfolk, a female-focused event showcasing some wonderful local musicians. Emily Whitfield, Girl From Winter Jargon, Eve Conway & Samantha Durnan treat us to a delicate evening of melodious acoustics and soulful harmonies. All of this within such a striking, intimate venue, which created a really special atmosphere.

As always with Tracks events, I took a few pics to immortalise the magic, a gallery of which you can check out below.

Postcards From Paphos

Rob Irish

A visual snapshot from the West coast of Cyprus

Swimming in Coral Bay, exploring the Tombs of the Kings & the House of Dionysos, walking around the streets of the old town and along the coast, as well as eating loads of amazing seafood and drinking plenty of local wines & beer; hopefully these images can help share the experience with you, a gallery of my meanderings along the coast of this beautiful island.


Drive south from Paphos along the coast, past Aphrodite's Rock, and arrive at a town packed with art & history, quirky little shops, and a beautiful promenade; an idyllic place to grab a coffee and chill out along the shore, soaking in the maritime atmosphere.

Setting Sail

To finish off our time in Cyprus, we jumped on a boat and cruised up the coast, taking in the sights from the sea,
as well as stopping in Lara Bay for some snorkelling.