Today marks the 10 year anniversary of the death of one of Cornwall's most influential writers.
Nick Darke, a true and loyal Cornishman, is remembered as being one of the county's greatest playwrights and artists. His work is famed for evoking the spirit of Cornwall and being fantastical, angry and brilliantly hilarious. Today we remember a friend who worked with us on The Riot, Danger My Ally and The King of Prussia, which we remade for our first Asylum in 2010.
You can read more about Nick, his life and his work in a wonderful obituary from The Guardian here.