Gentrification is a game We have to play But cannot win. We move in mushroom fairy rings: The unsafe neighbourhood becomes The OK neighbourhood becomes The cool neighbourhood becomes Unaffordable.
The Sad Machines is an electro concept album all on the theme of depression. It has spoken word tracks which pack even more or a punch with a backing of synthy music which swings between hypnotic, heartbeaking and the kind of badass where you need a long coat billowing in the wind and a choreographed fight scene.
Confidence Tricks is touring the UK October & November 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obs74QTufTA This tour is possible thanks a grant from the Spirit of the Rainbow Heron Project, a trust set up in memory of Dora Rachel Franks Daniel. You can read more about Dora’s life here and more about the trust here. 04/10/2016 London, Hackney Attic 07/10/2016 Norwich, Take … Continue reading Confidence Tricks – Video
Dates and links to Facebook events, Eventbrite, etc all below, but the poster is here: 07/10/2016 Norwich, Take 5 10/10/2016 Cambridge, Frank Lee building 11/10/2016 Brighton, Komedia 13/10/2016 London, The PAD, Dagenham 20/10/2016 Glasgow, The Project Cafe 21/10/2016 Edinburgh, Banshee Labyrinth 25/10/2016 London, Hammersmith 26/11/2016 Sheffield Hallam Uni
New video - part of my one-woman show Confidence Tricks, touring the UK in October and November. Tour dates here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBi4n3G43AY
In October I will be touring the UK with a re-booted version of my five-star reviewed show Asking Nicely - now named Confidence Tricks. This is thanks to very generous funding from the Rainbow Heron Project, a trust set up in memory, which you can find out more about here. Confidence Tricks is a poetry show about … Continue reading Confidence Tricks – UK Tour!
As seen in the Morning Star newspaper, 4th May 2016, in Well Versed, edited by Jody Porter Surviving the job centre With your ego intact Is a masterclass in Unsolidarity. Wear the office clothes You no longer have to. Wear the smile of someone Momentarily inconvenienced. Like your career got a flat tire And this … Continue reading Morning Star: Jobcentre