This summer

A quick round-up of what I’m working on this summer and where you can see my work.

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Not The Messiah – (pictured) a play I wrote about the hilarious and tragic life of Graham Chapman is on tour at the Buxton Fringe (Underground Venues) and Edinburgh Fringe (Pleasance Courtyard). Click here to read more and book tickets.

I’ve also written a new family show called Pan-O-Rama. It’s a comedy mash-up of Peter Pan, Harry Potter and Lord Of The Flies (with a bit of Moby Dick thrown in!) That’s on a the Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton, 16-20 July. Click here to read more and book tickets.

I’m also working as a dramaturg and comedy consultant on Smooth Faced Gentlemen’s production of Titus Andronicus, also at the Buxton and Edinburgh Fringe this summer. They’re the UK’s first all-female Shakespeare Company and I was lucky enough to be involved co-directing their highly successful Romeo & Juliet last year.

And during this time, I’ll also be writing for the upcoming first series of Missing Something, a new web-sitcom from Three’s Company and Brother Brother. This is being filmed just after the Edinburgh Fringe in September and available online this autumn. Find out more here.

After summer, I’m hoping to see my 2008 play Auditorium make its first appearance in London and possibly a return of Later Showers as well.

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