A Tail of Forklure Official Trailer

The official A Tail of Forklure video trailer. This play will be performed at the 2014 Spelthorne and Runnymede Drama Festival, Wincanton, Eastbourne and Taunton care of The Fringe Files.

Vlog #8 | An Update and Kitty Cats

This is episode number 8 of my Video Blog where I talk about what I'm currently working on. Including the forthcoming limited edition book 100 and the touring debut of new play A Tail of Forklure. This episode also features special guest appearances by Kiwi and Slinky.


The Book 100 Promo Trailer #100trailer

An animated video trailer for my forthcoming collectible hardback book 100. The video presents a character from each of my five plays as featured in 100. In order of appearance, there's Norman (Underline), Olsen (The Cook Did It!), Wilfried van Looy (On the Belgian Front), Zombie number 1 (Z is for Zombie) & Miss Fortune (The Curse of Miss Fortune).

Vlog #7 | The Chocolate Game

Episode number 7 of my Video Blog where I play "The Chocolate Game" and talk briefly about my new forthcoming limited edition book called "100".


Limited Edition 100 book announced

An announcement regarding a brand new limited edition premium case wrapped hard copy bumper compilation book, with only one hundred copies to be released. Also, a further announcement on how you can win a free copy on Facebook.

A Tail of Forklure kicks-off

Following three months of extensive writing, scrapping, re-writing, work-shopping, scrapping then re-writing again, my brand new fantasy spoof A Tail of Forklure finally kicked off with its first cast rehearsal last night care of The Fringe Files. Here's a little time lapse video for giggles.

Vlog #6 | Procrastination’s a Bitch!

I decided to randomly film my journey home and may have gone a bit over board. Here's ep. #6 of my Video Blog. If you'd like to ask me a theatre related question for my next VLOG ep. please do drop me a message on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or even through my Contact page.


The struggles of writing a Stageplay!

It happens to us all, this overwhelming sense of “holy cow” as your self-imposed deadline approaches, self-imposed in the sense that you know you’ll do bugger all unless you actually force yourself. Does that make me a lazy writer?