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Where to buy your tickets for the next two shows

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Tickets for  ‘The Short and Long of It’ on 3rd April, at the Lowther Pavillion, Lytham are on sale via their website www.lowtherpavillion.co.uk   or call their box office on 0125 379 4221.   To buy tickets for ‘The Actor’s Apology’ in the historic and very beautiful Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond, Yorkshire on Saturday 19th April, please go[…]

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Tour update

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So, back on the road again in 2014 with two quite different performances. Am continuing touring with the ‘Actor’s Apology’ after the amazing feedback last year’s tour receieved. But am also performing the ‘Short and the Long of It’ – a warm, nostalgic journey back to the war years and[…]

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Performing at the Granary Theatre, Wells-next-to-the-sea

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Friday 25th October looms and I’m really looking forward to performing in the historic, atmospheric  Granary Theatre in Wells, Norfolk.  Tucked away in a quaint street, just off the bustling sea front, it really lends itself to the ‘Actor’s Apology’.  Driving down from Lancashire tomorrow, so hope the weather is[…]

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Norfolk debut success!

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Don’t think I could have had a more warm or generous audience for my first performance in Norfolk. Many familiar faces amongst the new and, to my astonishment, even two dear friends from Lancashire, that have been coming to see my outdoor Shakespeare productions there for nearly 10 years! Thank[…]

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First performance of Actor’s Apology in Norfolk!

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Very excited about taking ‘Actor’s Apology’ to Norwich tomorrow night (Friday 16th).  Had great interview on BBC Radio Norfolk   yesterday and really good piece in EDP today promoting the play.  If you haven’t got a ticket yet, you can buy one on the door tomorrow.

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The Actor’s Apology – 2013

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The comedy tells the true story of George Frederick Cooke, the 18th Century classical actor who was recurrently held to be drunk in performance and as a consequence, ordered by the theatre management to apologise to his audience. The piece was written for my late friend, Gordon Rowe, Chorley actor[…]

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Huge thanks to everyone!

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A huge, huge thanks to the actors, the venues and, most of all, the wonderful audiences that came to see us on the ‘Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell’ tour of the North West. Performing in the lovely, lovely sunshine was a fabulous bonus for us all, after the rain  last year![…]

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