A story of love, loss and taxidermy on a Broadland estuary. Told by a mix of professional actors and a community choir.
Arthur Patterson was a fine illustrator and cartoonist, as well as a formidable naturalist. His many correspondents would find envelopes and letters covered with lightning fast sketches. Here is a letter that dropped onto the doorstep of the Editor of the EDP.
And here he is in a letter complaining about a gammy leg that kept him out of action for a while. His drawing skill served Patterson well when he was in the field, collecting samples and making notes.