My radio 4 sitcom Absolutely Delish: Grazing (starring Sally Phillips) is now available on iTunes.
Here’s the sixth epsiode of Deaf Faker.
Charlotte Loud tries to seduce a Deaf actor via sign language.
Not seen previous epsiodes? Catch up here
Credits: Written and performed by Sophie Woolley, directed and produced by Caroline O’ Neill and Mark Williams and starring Matthew Gurney as himself.
I play ‘Ellen’ in a BBC Radio 3 play by Amanda Dalton, which airs on Sunday 28 October. Not so much a vampire victim really, more of a heroine in Dalton’s wonderful interpretation of classic film, Nosferatu. The adaptation is called The Midnight Cry of the Deathbird. Here’s the listening link and blurb.
I’ve written a new play for children called Bee Detective. It’s a funny honeybee murder mystery and full of fascinating information about bees.
It’s on at Unlimited Festival at London’s Southbank Centre on 31 August – 2 September. Suitable for ages 6+
You can book tickets here. There are three shows a day.
Check out our trailer, animated by James Merry.
The show is created by my own Tin Bath Theatre Company, directed by co-founder Gemma Fairlie, produced by Gemma Fairlie. It stars Elinor Keber, Daniel Alun and Chris Morgan. Read all about the tour at my show blog: Beedetective.bz
Charlotte Loud hopes to prepare for her role in “The Mouth Spy” by inviting deaf actor Matthew Gurney to her apartment. But it seems that a crash course in sign language isn’t all she is after…
Co directed and produced by Caroline O’ Neill and Mark Williams, starring me, Matthew Gurney and Chris Curran.
Here’s the quality animated trailer for my new play.
Animation by James Merry. Sound by Graham Gatheral, theme music by Aaron Miller. Check out my Bee Detective blog. for tour dates. The show launches at Brighton Festival 5-7 May.
James has made a helpful diagram to explain my character Sophie Bee (there are two other characters as well – more on them soon).
I had a ball last night at Soho Theatre’s Abnormally Funny People’s comedy night. It was rammed and also subtitled live (a brilliant thing – and there were heaps of deaf people there to enjoy it. More comedy subtitles please!).
I tested new material for the first time. I performed narrative, character comedy instead of a sequence of jokes. And it was a bit technically difficult to pull off too. I was secretly worried beforehand. But it all went according to plan. Yahoo! I have no more gigs lined up at present. Oh. But you can catch me in my kids play this summer.
Meanwhile here’s a blurry dressing room pic of me and two of the other comedians. They were ace. Tanyalee Davis does a terrific line in rock n roll-style Las Vegas gags.
Went to a brilliant restaurant-as-art-installation last night called The Pale Blue Door. Created by artist Tony Horneker, the dinner took place in a remarkable, fairy tale gypsy panto style, ramshackle construction down a back alley in Dalston. A Man to Pet performed in between courses. It was magical. I never want to go to a normal restaurant again. There was even a foam party disco bit before the pudding.