So pleased to announce that Beneath a Neon Tide is available to hire or download by clicking the button below.
It was so much fun to be a part of and a very emotional journey for me. A massive thank you to Simon P. Edwards for making me look good :) Hope that you all like it.
Many thanks to Joe Nemeth for nominating me for the #icebucketchallenge. I asked a few volunteers to help out and this was the result. :) Challenge complete, money donated and I really hope we can make a difference.
https://www.justgiving.com/mndassoc/ to donate.
Working as Front of house manager tonight for arguably the most famous rep theatre in Norwich. The Maddermarket theatre, founded in 1921 by Nugent Monk, has been recognised by many industry “professionals” over the years. Listening to the current production “allo, allo” and hearing the laughter from the audience I am once again considering the eternal question of how we entice people out of their homes on such a dark, wet and chilly night to frequent the theatre (or in fact any entertainment venue). What do our audiences want to see? What will encourage them out? And how do we get them to our respective theatres? The “my theatre matters” campaign rightly calls us to promote our theatres to the elected councils, but how do encourage the public to partake of what's on offer? How can we be more customer orientated and provide what our audiences need? From their comments to me on their way out, perhaps what we all need is a good excuse to leave our troubles behind for a couple of hours and laugh like we've never laughed before! For me, this is a perfect chance to meet with those that would watch me act and find out what they enjoy. Can I step up to the mark? I'll do my very best! As house manager I'll do everything I can to make their experience a great one. As an actor I'll do my very best to entertain. Well done to the cast and crew tonight and thank you for allowing me to be part of it.
Headed over to Mustard TV to do some promo for "Beneath a Neon Tide". An unusual place to find a studio, tucked down a long corridor and though a small office but Darren and Beth made Jade and I very welcome and it was a great experience. I'm sure we'll be back there soon.
Had an amazing time meeting up with old friends and reminiscing. The film had taken so long to be released but I'm really happy with the final. I nervously watched the audience as "Uncle Dave" loomed on to the screen but I needn't have worried, they laughed with him, loved him and respected him. I could ask for nothing more. A big thank you to Simon and the guys at "Kill The Sunset Pictures", a great job!
Theatre / Film / Sound / Photographer / Geek