Kip Heron was a local Hartlepool legend and he actually played in George Martin's band during the Beatles heyday, or so a visitor to the museum told me as I was taking stills for this piece.
At the beginning I am talking to John and Roland from the Hartbeats - themselves former pro musicians from Hartlepool - as we go looking for Kip's café. We don't quite find it but get near enough to smell the pies. This piece is about the re-ordering of fragments from the past. The soundtrack also features Paul Flush - a renowned Hammond organ player now living in Belgium, who was probably the youngest player to ever play the Rink Ballroom in Hartlepool.
Part of my "Send Three and Fourpence..." video installation.