Time For A New Revolution

Laura Taylor is a poet and a downright good egg. She kindly came to do Yes We Cant. The Poets, Prattlers, and Pandemonialists show running once a month at The Pretty Bricks in Walsall. She did a poem about call centre workers and how badly they are treated by callers and managers. It was an […]

Eeeeee Twitter Purge

I’ve just completed a Twitter Purge. It felt good. Like I was stripping wallpaper and I grabbed at a small corner and the whole strip came away in one go leaving a perfectly flat bit of plaster. The purge itself wasn’t of people I follow but my own Tweets. It’s not the first time I’ve […]

They Don’t Want Working Class Actors

This morning I awoke to this story: And I have to admire anyone trying to convince these drama schools to reduce their audition fees but I do find the situation futile. We have to accept that there is every possibility they don’t want working class actors. You see, there are two reasons for why they […]

New Website and Other Stuff

If you’ve been here before you’ll know things have changed… this web site for starters. There were some issues with things in the background. All round top bloke Alan who does wonderful web wonders for me moved servers and when I did I realised I hated the look of my website. I then spent a […]

I’m Awful At Updating My Blog

If you only followed me through this blog you’d think nothing happened since May. Yet in reality I’ve done Edinburgh Fringe, helped set up a successful poetry night, had another play performed (see wicked image to the left), struck a great relationship with another theatre company, helped set up some events for Wolverhampton Literary Festival, […]

14/48 #022: Last Message

I’ve been told there are “requests” to see this. 14/48 Leicester. This is my message to you:   Hang on, let me pester you. We few came here to Leicester The Shrewsbury of the East. We came to feast on our creative juices. Let us smile, consider what we’ve achieved. Who’d have believed we’d get […]

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