Script reading at Channel 4

I’ve just completed a screenwriting course at Channel 4, during which I wrote a pilot episode and series outline. It was a lot of fun to write, and I was often laughing as I typed. I’m indebted to all the good people who helped me with research.

Last weekend actors read the script at Channel 4 HQ. I sat on the edge of my seat, watching and waiting for all the lines to land in the way I’d anticipated. The actors read it beautifully and I was relieved to see everyone laughing (it’s a comedy drama). Feedback is very promising.

The script is now going out to production companies.

old tv set

Telling all about devil pact

16 May 2011

Recent photo of me standing up.

Thanks to everyone who backed the Deaf Faker Indiegogo appeal, which reached the target in record time! Episode Four is available on YouTube with subtitles and we’ll be filming more later this summer.

Meanwhile I’ve been scriptwriting (for TV) and learning basketball…

Check out an interview I did in DN magazine about my forthcoming pact with the devil, and some top tips I wrote for ArtsPro.

You can catch me doing stand up at Soho Theatre on 3rd June 8pm.

Geeks, nukes and Barry White

Latest news on Tin Bath Theatre Company’s work on developing creative captioning.

Tin Bath is the company I set up with director Gemma Fairlie to create creatively led captioned shows.

We’ve been awarded a prestigious Theatre Sandbox grant to experiment with new technology. See Hear will be filming our progress so far next week at mac in Birmingham.