Just a quick post to let you know that I’ll be performing my show Be Prepared at the Carriageworks Theatre in Leeds on Tuesday 13th of March.
It’s a mostly autobiographical storytelling show – ten short tales that cover everything from the Nina Simone songbook to the Tsunami in the Indian Ocean, taking in such diverse subjects as how to rename your parents and why it is important for a young man to own his own eagle.
I’ve performed the show a few times now, in locations all over the world and people have said some pretty nice things about it:
“A clever, witty show – moving, enlightening and wise.” FRINGEGURU.COM
“A wordsmith whose youthful stories belie an old soul.” THE ARGUS
“Amusing and casually chatty between tales, he leaves his audience feeling like they’ve just made a new friend.” WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Warm, witty and life-affirming, (well I think so, anyway) this practical guide to life and love will make you laugh, cry and gain a new insight into the arcane powers of Edgar Allan Poe.
The show starts at 7:45pm and tickets are priced at £9 (£7 concessions) and you can get your tickets here: www.carriageworkstheatre.org.
I’m really looking forward to performing the show in Leeds and it’d be great if you fancied coming along.
Hope to see you there,