Category: Theatre

‘Oh Well Never Mind Bye’ Clips

| November 15, 2009 | 0 Comments
‘Oh Well Never Mind Bye’ Clips

The following clips have been up on YouTube for a little while but I didn’t post them here at the request of the director. However, it’s now been long enough and with the play itself preparing to re-launch for Edinburgh 2010, I wanted to give you a taste of what it was like for those […]

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Upstart Theatre presents ‘What Have You Lost?’

| September 16, 2009 | 0 Comments
Upstart Theatre presents ‘What Have You Lost?’

Everyone’s lost something. A pair of glasses. That pencil you got free at a festival a couple of weeks back and quite wanted to hang onto. The love of your life. On Saturday 19th September, Upstart Theatre are returning to the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of Midnight Matinee with a labyrinthine installation piece devised […]

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Arguing with Piff…

| August 6, 2009 | 0 Comments
Arguing with Piff…

At the end of last week, I co-wrote and recorded a voiceover for my friend John’s new magic show that you can see playing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. John wanted a big American movie-style intro to the show, to juxtapose with the low-key opening of the show (for maximum comic effect!) so we wrote […]

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Extra Extra!

| July 13, 2009 | 0 Comments
Extra Extra!

I’ve just come across another review for Oh Well Never Mind Bye by Steven Lally and Upstart Theatre. It’s produced by Marion Drew for an online publication called Extra Extra, hence the title of this post. I mention it as Marion very kindly mentions the cast by name including me. You can read the full […]

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Time Out Review

| July 7, 2009 | 0 Comments
Time Out Review

With Oh Well Never Mind Bye now closed (pending a second run at a larger theatre), I’ve had more time to scan and upload the lovely things that various reviewers had to say about the production. The image on the left is taken from Time Out London (June 25th – July 1st 2009) and features […]

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