Tilly Langdon

Director - Dragon Bird Theatre.

What is your name and what do you do for a living?

Director of DragonBird Theatre - a theatre company for 0-5 year olds and their grown ups. www.dragonbirdtheatre.co.uk

What makes you a colourful woman?

My changing emot ions, energy levels, libido, sense of humour, endlessly hopping about the measuring stick of introvertism to extrovertism. Everything is a state of flux, a kaleidoscope of colour - this I have come to embrace and adore and identify as feminine.

How do you know Lou?

Met her in The Bell, Bristol. She was drinking a pint of lager and wearing pink trousers. I immediately loved her.

Do you own a Lou Gardiner scarf, if so which one?

I own several Lou Gardiner scarves, all given to me as tokens of her undying love for me. I did actually buy one with birthday money once, and then left it on a train….barely a day goes by (and I’m not exaggerating) when I don’t mourn its loss. I hope someone is loving it as much as I did.

What do you love about your scarf and how does it make you feel?

Like a hot damn sassy power flower.

Do people comment on your scarf?

Yes - they say. 'You are one hot damn sassy power flower.' I say ‘I know.’

If you know Lou through other means please tell us how, and if it has influenced your own creative journey...

Lou is my benchmark for creative achievement. Her work ethic is a mix of hard graft and ebullience and I try and emulate it.

In three words please describe Lou’s artwork



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