That’ll be me then. I’ve done a few interviews recently as part of the lead-up to #BIBL, but I never know exactly when they’re going to show up. There’s this one in the Telegraph that came out last… read more
Today was the last day of the Glastonbury Festival and it was gorgeous in every way – the weather, the company, the dancing, and all the laughter.
To start with… read more
I woke up to the sound of rain gently beating against our tent. This soon stopped and Worthy Farm was bathed in warm sunshine, but not before I’d had my shower. It was an accessible shower, closed on all sides… read more
Yesterday’s journey to Glastonbury was smooth and trouble-free. Remarkably we were able to get through security and into the Festival itself despite my tics going into overdrive the moment we got to the entrance.… read more
Being a superhero is a tiring job, particularly when part of your mission is writing about it every day. So I’ve decided to take a break for a few days while I’m at Glastonbury Festival!
That being said, I’m going… read more
Leftwing Idiot, Chopin and I have just come to the end of another long but successful day spent working on Backstage in Biscuit Land. The show seems to be coming together well, and today we read through the full script… read more
It’s the early hours of Monday morning. It’s a humid night and I’ve been struggling to sleep, partly because of the heat, and partly because I’ve been reading Francesca Martinez’s brilliant new book What the ****… read more
If you’re a regular reader you’ll remember the big event we held back in April called ‘We Forgot The Lot!’ We did it in partnership with Tate Britain and it was for children and young people with… read more
A few days ago I was watching one of those TV panel shows and the subject of haikus came up. They’re short poems made up of just seventeen syllables, five in the first line, seven in the second and five… read more
On June 27th 2011, Leftwing Idiot and Poppy came back from the Glastonbury Festival. I’d spent the weekend stuck in my old lair, unable to go up or down the stairs safely. My mobility had been deteriorating for… read more