Tomorrow will be the première of Backstage in Biscuit Land at the Edinburgh Fringe and I’m very excited!
I’ve already been to see a couple of shows and have been stunned by quite how much there is to see up… read more
We arrived in Edinburgh this afternoon and quickly settled into the place where we’re staying. I was keen to get out and start exploring as soon as possible and fortunately I had a good guide – my co-performer Jess Mabel… read more
In three days we leave for Scotland and by this time next week I’ll have my first performance of Backstage In Biscuit Land at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival under my belt. There’s still loads to do and in the… read more
Poppy and I have just finished working on one of the final props for Backstage In Biscuit Land. It’s final as in one of the last to be made, and final as in one of the last… read more
I’ve just woken up from a long and very refreshing sleep. The last two days have been amazing, but very hard work.
On Friday Leftwing Idiot and I finished work and headed straight to Battersea Arts Centre to… read more
At the start of the week I travelled into town to take part in the BBC Ouch team’s monthly podcast. I’ve listened to these podcasts for years and it was great to get another chance to take part… read more
I’m off to work in a little while, and until I finish later this afternoon today’s going to be a normal day. But tonight I’m going to be at the Battersea Arts Centre for the first ever scratch… read more
I looked at my calendar earlier and realised we’ve only got one week until our first scratch performance of Backstage In Biscuit Land! My heart skipped a beat, but I calmed myself down by remembering it’s just a… read more
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