Monthly Archives: June 2014

Sunny Sunday

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 I went to watch Leftwing Idiot perform as DJ Rubbish … read more


Singing In The Sun and Rain

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

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“We’ve Got the Whole of Rotherham in the Boot.”

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. There’s a list of things you’re … read more

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A Short Break

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

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Anti Austerity

Yesterday 50,000 people marched through central London carrying a peaceful but powerful message to the doors of the Houses of Parliament. Poppy and I were among them.

We were there with tens of thousands of other people in the shadow … read more

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A Musical Interlude

In a few moments I’m off to join a big ‘Anti Austerity’ demonstration organised by The People’s Assembly – I’ll fill you in when I get back. But first, here’s a musical interlude.

Earlier this morning, when I was getting … read more

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Defend the DSA

When I was eight I was diagnosed with dyslexia and dyspraxia, I was ticcing a bit then too, but they were mild, and it wasn’t until they intensified in my early twenties that I was diagnosed with Tourettes. I was … read more


The Road to #BIBL

Below are the dates, times and locations of our pre-Edinburgh scratch performances of Backstage In Biscuit Land along with the Fringe schedule and dates in September when the full piece comes to London:

Scratch Performances
18th July: Battersea Arts Centre, … read more


Wheels Turn Heads

After months of travelling, Fran’s finally back in the UK, and I’m delighted that she’s started doing some support work for me again. This afternoon we were out in Peckham when a big group of teenage boys on bikes came … read more

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Dalmatian Piggy

When I got in this evening there was a surprise waiting for me in my living room – perched on top of the bookcase (also known as the Piggy Display Unit, or PDU) was Dalmatian Piggy!

Regular readers will be … read more

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