5th/6th/7th March Manchester Royal Exchange
9th/10th/11th March Birmingham Rep
12th/13th/14th March Salisbury Playhouse
17th -21 March Plymouth Theatre Royal, Drum
25 March Cambridge Junction
More details at https://www.toldbyanidiot.org/associate-company-augmented
24 February 2019 Brighton readings with Raymond Antrobus.
23 February 2019 Let Me Play the Lion Too ensemble at Barbican weekend (Told By An Idiot)
12,13,14 July 2018
1 June 2018
Augmented, scratch performance at Pulse Festival, New Wolsey Studio Theatre, Ipswich UK.
1-3 March 2018
Let Me Play the Lion Too, a Told By An Idiot production, directed by Paul Hunter, at Barbican, Pit Theatre Londo UK
17 November 2017 7pm-9pm
London Review Bookshop Magma 69 Launch.
Priority Seat Cabaret, Gerrys, Stratford.
ARCADE @ ARC, Thornaby, Stockton on Tees.
17 October 2017 6.30pm
Yurt Cafe Limehouse Local Writers Night. Free Tickets.
11 October 2017
Birmingham Literature Festival.
I’m doing a literary reading at Creative Future Literary Award Showcase @ Studio Theatre at the iconic Library of Birmingham, as part of the Birmingham Literature Festival on 11th October 2017.
This is a FREE event open to the public from 7pm. The event is BSL interpreted and the venue is accessible to wheelchair users.
Book tickets here. Tickets can also be reserved by phone on 01273 234 780.
6 October 2017
7pm, Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, SW11 5TN. Book early to avoid disappointment.
7 July 2017
Live performance on Resonance 104.4FM Listen again here.
19 June 2017
Scratch of a new WIP one person show at Poplar Union, London.
29 March 2017
The Fake Interpreter @ Artscape, South Africa.
Saturday 31 May 2014 at midday. I’m writing and performing twenty minutes from a new piece called Holiday Selfie at Pulse Festival ‘Scratch Day’.
Sophie Woolley and Gemma Fairlie Present Holiday Selfie…
Sophie went on holiday from herself, completely escaped. Best. Holiday. Ever. *smugface* Her true story of how she did it, and what happened next, will BLOW YOUR MIND. A bold new hybrid of sound art and storytelling, written and performed by Sophie Woolley, directed by Gemma Fairlie, produced by award winning Tin Bath Theatre.
Saturday 31 May 12.10pm at New Wosley Studio, St George’s St, Ipswich, IP1 3NF. Tickets £5.
DCI Banks ITV
BBC Radio 3 on 28 October 8pm 2013 Midnight Cry of the Deathbird.