What’s Going On?

Hey folks, how’s your first month of living in the twilight zone been? Having fun?

Just thought I’d catch you all up on my business. So at the end of last year I finished touring How to be a Man, the last three shows at Alphabetti Theatre where brilliant. So since then I have been working on a couple of things. First off there is a new solo show that I’m developing called…

I’m Building a Spaceship

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I’m building a spaceship using materials that don’t exist and technology that doesn’t exist, based on science that probably isn’t real. I’m building this spaceship to get away from the mess we’ve made, I’m building it to explore. I’m building this spaceship because I’ve always wanted to.
I’m going to use my spaceship to race the universe to the end of itself, to see what’s there, and I want to take you with me.
I’ll be performing a scratch of the beginnings of the show at CIT’s ‘To The Stage’ scratch night on Tuesday 14th February at Waterside Arts Centre. If you can make it along it would be great to see you and hear what you think of the show.
Then I’m also working on…

Do Geese See God?

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Do geese see god? What are planets? How many red balloons are there really?
Facts. Facts allow us to understand the universe and our place within it. But what is a fact? How do we know when a fact is true, out of date, misunderstood or just a lie? That’s what were here to find out.
In amongst the facts, all quite interesting, is one story of a young fact, personified, and her flight through life as she struggles to remain true. So sit down, listen close and we’ll tell you the story of fact. You might even learn something. But probably not.

We are performing a work in progress of Do Geese See God? at Lancaster Arts on the 22nd of February, after a week of development that is being supported by Lancaster Arts.

We are also running a crowdfunding campaign for the show to help us raise some funds so that we can continue developing the show to a touring standard. It’d be brilliant if you could have a look at our crowdfunding page, support us if you can by either pledging or by sharing it with your friends, family and networks. You could do both if you’re feeling super generous. We’d really appreciate it.

Thanks for reading this far. You’re the best.

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