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Edinburgh: dress rehearsal and preview night

Tickets here for A Glass of Nothing – a show where dreams come true Friday 4th — open dress rehearsal. At our team breakfast we decided that whatever happens in Edinburgh, we are already winners by being part of it. For … Continue reading

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Brighton Blonde Productions arrive in Edinburgh to stage ‘A Glass of Nothing’

Tickets here for A Glass of Nothing — a dark comedy about the selfie generation. Above Matt Colborne spots one of our posters outside the Surgeons’ Hall, Edinburgh. Up at an ungodly ten past five, a taxi to Brighton station … Continue reading

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Final preparations for Edinburgh

So we’re taking A Glass of Nothing to Edinburgh. Exciting, yes of course, but the truth has dirtier fingernails. Our previous shows have all been close at hand, so organising a run in another country is harder. Only one final … Continue reading

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A dark comedy for the selfie generation

My play A Glass of Nothing starts with Beth Symons, below, searching for likes online. Other than that, what else can a lonely twenty-something woman with no money, poor housing, and dismal prospects do? She has to stay at home and gulp … Continue reading

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A Glass of Nothing & We Three Kings

The, ah-hem, sophisticated Brighton Blonde marketing machine is grinding into action. Here is the flyer for my plays at The Marlborough Theatre (tweaked for the interweb). Tickets are available at The Marley’s website here. I am very proud of A … Continue reading

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Occupying Love by Marilyn Chapman

Marilyn Chapman‘s new story Occupying Love is a popular novel set on Guernsey during the occupation. It blurs the barrier between romantic and historical fiction and begins with the bombing raid by the Luftwaffe on St Peter Port and becomes a pacy (and not saccharine) … Continue reading

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The Remembering Cliffs in The Island Review

Always nice to see a poem I wrote years ago, crop up again. Of all poems I have written  this is a firm favourite, and comes straight from the heart. I wrote it in my late 20s and it has been … Continue reading

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