…which was bloody amazing. The capacity of the studio is 140 and a couple of days before people were saying that they couldn’t get tickets. There seemed to be a lot of people talking about it on Twitter and stuff – mainly, I think, people couldn’t quite understand what the project was and how I would be working with Eddie (who likes to think of himself as a punk rock mother fucker) and folk musician Jim. We weren’t sure either. And although we were making ourselves laugh, we weren’t sure other people would find it funny or moving….or interesting. For me there was the additional challenge of being the lead performer in a piece for theatre – something I was new to.

Anyway, people LAUGHED. And some people bloody CRIED. Feedback on the night was fantastic and feedback forms were also great. Which was incredibly exciting and, to be honest, a little surprising. Below are some photos from that night.


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