It’s been ages since I last posted and consequently the old blog stats feel a bit ghost-towny. Not that I’m obsessed with stats any more. That’s what my new show is about. My getting over the stats. And some other stuff too.
I performed the first full run of my show at HOMEWORK last week and I think it went alright.
HOMEWORK is the literary cabaret night I run with other members of Aisle16. We run it at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, which is a very cool place, suitably ramshackle and shabby for the event, which is essentially a scratch night, a chance for us to show off our new stuff for friends of the Aisle16 family. Below are some photos of the night. Lots of silly ones of me trying to be arty with a fish-eye mirror.
I’m not doing any more previews until 15 July at Express Excess and then 1 August at The Hen & Chickens. Details on my gigs page.
For the meantime I’m concentrating on the old show – A Poet’s Work Is Never Done. I’m in Norwich tomorrow, Ipswich next Wednesday, Oxford next Saturday and then at The Hen & Chickens on 31 July before heading to Scotland for a rare non-Edinburgh north of the border gig. Would be lovely if you could make it to one of those, or one of the previews.