Photos from the PIE collective courtesy of Laura Kirby (March 2014)

Photos from the PIE collective courtesy of Laura Kirby (March 2014)

At Bang Said The Gun, February 2014 photo courtesy of Emily Herriot

At Bang Said The Gun, February 2014

photo courtesy of Emily Herriot
What though?!
At Lipped Ink, February. Photo courtesy of Sarah Murray-Thompson

What though?!

At Lipped Ink, February. Photo courtesy of Sarah Murray-Thompson

  • Some photos from Stand Up and Slam in October (courtesy of website)
  • Some photos from Stand Up and Slam in October (courtesy of website)

Some photos from Stand Up and Slam in October (courtesy of website)

Me at Hit The Ode last month. Photo courtesy of @CorrosiveDucky

Me at Hit The Ode last month. Photo courtesy of @CorrosiveDucky

  • At Secret Garden Party 2013, Tax Deductible Theatre Tent. Just awesome. The audiences in this tent were incredible. Finished both performances on a high. Vanessa and Pete absolutely killed it too. (And Vanessa killed her voice.)
Sorry, I know my last two posts have featured lots of superlatives and excitable adjectives but this summer has been SO GOOD! Thanks to Sophie Jeanette Burton and Amy Stratton for this particular pinch of magic, glittering festi-dust.
  • At Secret Garden Party 2013, Tax Deductible Theatre Tent. Just awesome. The audiences in this tent were incredible. Finished both performances on a high. Vanessa and Pete absolutely killed it too. (And Vanessa killed her voice.)
Sorry, I know my last two posts have featured lots of superlatives and excitable adjectives but this summer has been SO GOOD! Thanks to Sophie Jeanette Burton and Amy Stratton for this particular pinch of magic, glittering festi-dust.
  • At Secret Garden Party 2013, Tax Deductible Theatre Tent. Just awesome. The audiences in this tent were incredible. Finished both performances on a high. Vanessa and Pete absolutely killed it too. (And Vanessa killed her voice.)
Sorry, I know my last two posts have featured lots of superlatives and excitable adjectives but this summer has been SO GOOD! Thanks to Sophie Jeanette Burton and Amy Stratton for this particular pinch of magic, glittering festi-dust.

At Secret Garden Party 2013, Tax Deductible Theatre Tent. Just awesome. The audiences in this tent were incredible. Finished both performances on a high. Vanessa and Pete absolutely killed it too. (And Vanessa killed her voice.)

Sorry, I know my last two posts have featured lots of superlatives and excitable adjectives but this summer has been SO GOOD! Thanks to Sophie Jeanette Burton and Amy Stratton for this particular pinch of magic, glittering festi-dust.

  • Bang: last night 
It was a cracker! Some photos courtesy of Mark “Mr T” Thompson and Amy “Raw Prawn” Gilpin.
  • Bang: last night 
It was a cracker! Some photos courtesy of Mark “Mr T” Thompson and Amy “Raw Prawn” Gilpin.
  • Bang: last night 
It was a cracker! Some photos courtesy of Mark “Mr T” Thompson and Amy “Raw Prawn” Gilpin.
  • Bang: last night 
It was a cracker! Some photos courtesy of Mark “Mr T” Thompson and Amy “Raw Prawn” Gilpin.
  • Bang: last night 
It was a cracker! Some photos courtesy of Mark “Mr T” Thompson and Amy “Raw Prawn” Gilpin.

Bang: last night
It was a cracker! Some photos courtesy of Mark “Mr T” Thompson and Amy “Raw Prawn” Gilpin.

  • Antislam Photos Courtesy of ex-Antislam champ Raymond Antrobus.
The Antislam was a masterclass in entertainingly bad poetry. We had all the horrible, awful things that you might see or hear at a performance poetry night, from losing your place in the poem, to cringey forced rhymes, relentless self promotion (Keith Jarrett’s brilliant ‘The Consciousness’ barely even started his poem!); to misguided political messages (Katie Bonna’s Cici had ‘discovered’ what feminism was all about); to terrifying insights into a person’s love/sex life (both the Amys, McAllister and Acre, did this superbly with their characters), and the downright delusional (Peter Hayhoe’s Taylor Swift song was just magically bad). All in the capable hands of Antislam veteran Paula Varjack and the lovely Dan Simpson.
I somehow made it into the final with the intimidatingly genius Amy Acre and Amy McAllister. We had to write a poem involving audience suggestions of Abergavenny, Piers Morgan, a wedding and a potato peeler. Amy McAllister came up with a batshit crazy, clever and entertainingly terrible poem and took the deserved title of antislam champ! A great night.
  • Antislam Photos Courtesy of ex-Antislam champ Raymond Antrobus.
The Antislam was a masterclass in entertainingly bad poetry. We had all the horrible, awful things that you might see or hear at a performance poetry night, from losing your place in the poem, to cringey forced rhymes, relentless self promotion (Keith Jarrett’s brilliant ‘The Consciousness’ barely even started his poem!); to misguided political messages (Katie Bonna’s Cici had ‘discovered’ what feminism was all about); to terrifying insights into a person’s love/sex life (both the Amys, McAllister and Acre, did this superbly with their characters), and the downright delusional (Peter Hayhoe’s Taylor Swift song was just magically bad). All in the capable hands of Antislam veteran Paula Varjack and the lovely Dan Simpson.
I somehow made it into the final with the intimidatingly genius Amy Acre and Amy McAllister. We had to write a poem involving audience suggestions of Abergavenny, Piers Morgan, a wedding and a potato peeler. Amy McAllister came up with a batshit crazy, clever and entertainingly terrible poem and took the deserved title of antislam champ! A great night.
  • Antislam Photos Courtesy of ex-Antislam champ Raymond Antrobus.
The Antislam was a masterclass in entertainingly bad poetry. We had all the horrible, awful things that you might see or hear at a performance poetry night, from losing your place in the poem, to cringey forced rhymes, relentless self promotion (Keith Jarrett’s brilliant ‘The Consciousness’ barely even started his poem!); to misguided political messages (Katie Bonna’s Cici had ‘discovered’ what feminism was all about); to terrifying insights into a person’s love/sex life (both the Amys, McAllister and Acre, did this superbly with their characters), and the downright delusional (Peter Hayhoe’s Taylor Swift song was just magically bad). All in the capable hands of Antislam veteran Paula Varjack and the lovely Dan Simpson.
I somehow made it into the final with the intimidatingly genius Amy Acre and Amy McAllister. We had to write a poem involving audience suggestions of Abergavenny, Piers Morgan, a wedding and a potato peeler. Amy McAllister came up with a batshit crazy, clever and entertainingly terrible poem and took the deserved title of antislam champ! A great night.
  • Antislam Photos Courtesy of ex-Antislam champ Raymond Antrobus.
The Antislam was a masterclass in entertainingly bad poetry. We had all the horrible, awful things that you might see or hear at a performance poetry night, from losing your place in the poem, to cringey forced rhymes, relentless self promotion (Keith Jarrett’s brilliant ‘The Consciousness’ barely even started his poem!); to misguided political messages (Katie Bonna’s Cici had ‘discovered’ what feminism was all about); to terrifying insights into a person’s love/sex life (both the Amys, McAllister and Acre, did this superbly with their characters), and the downright delusional (Peter Hayhoe’s Taylor Swift song was just magically bad). All in the capable hands of Antislam veteran Paula Varjack and the lovely Dan Simpson.
I somehow made it into the final with the intimidatingly genius Amy Acre and Amy McAllister. We had to write a poem involving audience suggestions of Abergavenny, Piers Morgan, a wedding and a potato peeler. Amy McAllister came up with a batshit crazy, clever and entertainingly terrible poem and took the deserved title of antislam champ! A great night.
  • Antislam Photos Courtesy of ex-Antislam champ Raymond Antrobus.
The Antislam was a masterclass in entertainingly bad poetry. We had all the horrible, awful things that you might see or hear at a performance poetry night, from losing your place in the poem, to cringey forced rhymes, relentless self promotion (Keith Jarrett’s brilliant ‘The Consciousness’ barely even started his poem!); to misguided political messages (Katie Bonna’s Cici had ‘discovered’ what feminism was all about); to terrifying insights into a person’s love/sex life (both the Amys, McAllister and Acre, did this superbly with their characters), and the downright delusional (Peter Hayhoe’s Taylor Swift song was just magically bad). All in the capable hands of Antislam veteran Paula Varjack and the lovely Dan Simpson.
I somehow made it into the final with the intimidatingly genius Amy Acre and Amy McAllister. We had to write a poem involving audience suggestions of Abergavenny, Piers Morgan, a wedding and a potato peeler. Amy McAllister came up with a batshit crazy, clever and entertainingly terrible poem and took the deserved title of antislam champ! A great night.

Antislam Photos Courtesy of ex-Antislam champ Raymond Antrobus.

The Antislam was a masterclass in entertainingly bad poetry. We had all the horrible, awful things that you might see or hear at a performance poetry night, from losing your place in the poem, to cringey forced rhymes, relentless self promotion (Keith Jarrett’s brilliant ‘The Consciousness’ barely even started his poem!); to misguided political messages (Katie Bonna’s Cici had ‘discovered’ what feminism was all about); to terrifying insights into a person’s love/sex life (both the Amys, McAllister and Acre, did this superbly with their characters), and the downright delusional (Peter Hayhoe’s Taylor Swift song was just magically bad). All in the capable hands of Antislam veteran Paula Varjack and the lovely Dan Simpson.


I somehow made it into the final with the intimidatingly genius Amy Acre and Amy McAllister. We had to write a poem involving audience suggestions of Abergavenny, Piers Morgan, a wedding and a potato peeler. Amy McAllister came up with a batshit crazy, clever and entertainingly terrible poem and took the deserved title of antislam champ! A great night.

  • At Bang Said The Gun
20th September 2012
  • At Bang Said The Gun
20th September 2012
  • At Bang Said The Gun
20th September 2012

At Bang Said The Gun

20th September 2012

  • Me at #IAPF2 with Joanna Layla  doing some live OHP illustration. Photo 1 courtesy of Lyrix Organix’s Dan Tsu. Also me doing some bad Spanish accents for  Jo Garwood and James Whitham illustrating the Hull poem! Photos courtesy of Tain. 4th August 2012
  • Me at #IAPF2 with Joanna Layla  doing some live OHP illustration. Photo 1 courtesy of Lyrix Organix’s Dan Tsu. Also me doing some bad Spanish accents for  Jo Garwood and James Whitham illustrating the Hull poem! Photos courtesy of Tain. 4th August 2012
  • Me at #IAPF2 with Joanna Layla  doing some live OHP illustration. Photo 1 courtesy of Lyrix Organix’s Dan Tsu. Also me doing some bad Spanish accents for  Jo Garwood and James Whitham illustrating the Hull poem! Photos courtesy of Tain. 4th August 2012

Me at #IAPF2 with Joanna Layla  doing some live OHP illustration. Photo 1 courtesy of Lyrix Organix’s Dan Tsu. Also me doing some bad Spanish accents for  Jo Garwood and James Whitham illustrating the Hull poem! Photos courtesy of Tain. 4th August 2012

  • Photos of me with @OneTasteUK at Secret Garden Party! a very messy, muddy affair but JOLLY good fun. Thanks to Jo and Tain for the pics. 
  • Photos of me with @OneTasteUK at Secret Garden Party! a very messy, muddy affair but JOLLY good fun. Thanks to Jo and Tain for the pics. 
  • Photos of me with @OneTasteUK at Secret Garden Party! a very messy, muddy affair but JOLLY good fun. Thanks to Jo and Tain for the pics. 
  • Photos of me with @OneTasteUK at Secret Garden Party! a very messy, muddy affair but JOLLY good fun. Thanks to Jo and Tain for the pics. 

Photos of me with @OneTasteUK at Secret Garden Party! a very messy, muddy affair but JOLLY good fun. Thanks to Jo and Tain for the pics. 

A lovely lady who was about to get married

A lovely lady who was about to get married

Ice cream!

Ice cream!

Chefs

Chefs

Hard at work cooking up poems!

Hard at work cooking up poems!