Bishopston Film Company's New DocumentaryJuly 8th, 2013
Galliard Films, an independent film company run by Bishopston resident, Theresa Roche, have created a new documentary that casts light upon the intriguing men and women who lived at Bristol’s Red Lodge at various periods during the vast time span from the 1580s to the1920s.
Following research by Theresa (pictured below), who is a history graduate and freelance journalist, into who these important players in government, medicine & social reform were, a 25 minute documentary has been made. It features some friendly “ghosts” wearing sumptuous costumes and is set against the backdrop of one of the last surviving luxury Elizabethan domestic interiors in South West England. Entry to The Red Lodge is free and it is an ideal museum visit for visitors or for Bristol families during the school holidays.
“The Red Lodge, Bristol’s Hidden Gem” can be viewed online at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbPZYYx_8iw&feature=shareAshley Down, Bishopston, Bristol, Bristol's Red Lodge, community, Elizabethan, films, free, Galliard Films, ghosts, History, Horfield, local, magazine, museum, Redland, school holidays, South West of England, St Andrews, Theresa Roche, voice Back to news