In July 2019, my short play, Stage Door Blues reached the shortlist of Pintsized Plays - an international competition for short plays of up to 10 minutes. 


In July 2019 I performed once again (now in my 8th year!) in the tranquil conservatory at Broomfield Park.


I am currently writing/recording contemporary pop/ballad songs, and enjoying writing short play scripts.


From January 2019 I have thoroughly enjoyed being a reader for Enfield Talking Newspaper, an audio newspaper for blind/partially sighted residents. 


In October 2018 I performed in the Watford Fringe, singing a selection of covers and original songs on the guitar.


In July and September 2018 I performed a selection of original songs on the guitar and chatting about what inspired me to write them, in the conservatory at Broomfield Park.


In December 2017 my play, Blast from the Past was discussed by the terrific group of actors and writers at The Script Readers writers workshop at Theatre Royal Stratford East. With many new and exciting ideas explored, I am developing this script further, with the aim of seeing it produced.


In July and September 2017 I performed a set of covers and original songs on the guitar in the conservatory at Broomfield Park.


In September 2016 I wrote and performed a short scene with two actors at the Cockpit Theatre, NW8. Blast from the Past is an uplifting story showing the main character's life as an actor and his acceptance of change towards the 'winter' of his life. Following encouraging feedback from the audience and from a professional playwright, I am adapting this into a full length play.  


In April and September 2016 I performed as 'resident musician' in the tranquil and acoustically pleasing setting of the 1930s conservatory in Broomfield Park, Palmers Green.


In January 2016 I performed in Looking For You for three performances at Pantameters Theatre, Hampstead. The show was a musical journey of three couples and their encounters with love. This was a staged showcase of musical, jazz and contemporary songs, written by and performed with Sue Van Colle, a talented published composer/lyricist/pianist. We had previously performed this show in October 2015 with an 11 piece classical orchestra.




   

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