2017's looking to be a big year. I start work on the next season of Shaun Micallef's Mad As Hell in a couple of weeks and I really can't wait. I'm up late nights watching old episodes on youtube and taking very serious notes while I eat too much chocolate for "work purposes". That makes it tax-deductible, right?
Straight after the work on the season wraps I head to Edinburgh Fringe, where I'm taking Cake in the Rain for a month at Underbelly. I'm also performing at the End Of The Road Festival (Which looks bloody amazing) and a run of shows in London while I'm in the UK. I've been googling English tourism destinations and today learned that there's such a thing as a Swannery.
I'm also excited to say that I'm exhuming GHOST MACHINE (spelt allcaps, pronounced shouted) for a two week tour in Malaysia late September on my way home from the UK. It's been really fun to look over the show again and make some new edits. Whilst I think that my more recent shows have been stronger in a lot of ways, Ghosty has a lovely soul to it that makes it my favourite.
A script-project I've had on the back-burner is also starting to properly bubble. It's either a pilot for a series or a short film, depending on what that depends on. I'm really hoping to have some little bits filmed to show you soon.
That's all, thanks for reading.