A huge thank you to everyone who came to see Hamster Town. I had a great time and really hope to be able to take the show out on tour, in the future.
Click here for full credits for the show, including all the people who came into rehearsals with me and were so generous with their ideas and my long list of thanks to people without whom the show wouldn’t have made it onstage.
Most memorable performance? Without doubt, the show with an audience of two. We chatted and got to know each other as I was starting the show and they were as excited as I was by this unexpectedly intimate kind of performance. It was a real experience and a pleasure to tell the story to just two people. Though I’m relieved that audiences for the other nights were rather more substantial!
The Camden Fringe continues until the end of the month and Camden People’s Theatre has more great shows coming up.
Don’t miss Autojeu’s How To Climb Mount Everest, from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st August. The Director trained at the Phillippe Gaullier school in Paris, which is the Lecoq school’s deformed but delightful slightly younger brother. It promises “puppetry, mime and audience interaction”. What more could one want?
If you’re in Edinburgh, click here for details of my former Lecoq classmates’ shows: Shutterland and Flynch, Looking.
Please stay in touch and come back soon for news of future projects.