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I’ve been back a couple of days and I’m still not sleeping right. Was up at 5am this morning. Feel fuzzy and sick. A day at work is really the last thing I feel like now.

Went to The Arts Centre last night and saw John Hegley. He was his usual top-notch self. Would it be great if he was at Latitude again this year? Well, you’ll just have to wait and see when the acts are announced on 19 March…

It’s my big London show on Friday and I’ve just heard that the tickets are sold out (or just about sold out). That’s great news. The show is at The South Bank which is proper and good, can’t wait.

The other exciting news is we heard yesterday that we have funding for HOMEWORK. This is a new venture from Joe Dunthorne, Tim Clare, Ross Sutherland, Chris Hicks and myself. It’s a literaty cabaret held at The Horse & Groom in London. We’re doing a season of five events. Each one has a show headlining with the five of us providing our own support with new material for about 40 minutes in the first half. I’m involved in two of the headlining shows: Aisle16’s Services to Poetry in April and Who Writes This Crap? in July. There’s no show in May and August. More details can be found on Aisle16’s Website

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