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(In the meantime, below are some show dates for the near future.
I hope to see you at one of them.
It won't be the same if you don't come.)
Your Home, Edinburgh
31 July - 6 August; 8-13, 15-20, 22-25 August
10.30am and 5.30pm
If you want to see the show in Edinburgh but these times don't work for you, there are possibilities. Please get in touch with your requirements.
After the Fringe there will be some (very limited) dates in London, Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds. Please get in touch if you want to be kept informed.
If there is demand elsewhere, there could be shows elsewhere. Again, get in touch to let me know.
In September I'll be working with one of my favourite live standups, the irrepressible Tiernan Douieb, on the new version of his kids show (with Tatton Spiller): How Does This Politics Thing Work Then? I'll post some dates here soon.
I'm also directing Unlimited-supported artist Aidan Moesby in his debut theatre piece I Was Naked Smelling of Rain. Again, dates to follow.
There'll be two very special performances of Going Viral: one in Mannheim to mark the 30th birthday of TiG7, one of my favourite theatres in the world. And one in Lancaster, to mark the 100th performance of this show.
There'll be more touring for Tiny Heroes. Details to follow.
The Price of Everything is on in Hampshire.
Work will be underway on my new show with Boff Whalley, These Hills Are Ours. We're starting with a big engagement project involving choirs up hills. The show will premiere in spring 2020.
I'll be building up to directing the touring version of 666 Comments.
And I'll also be making a start on my new kids' show So Unfair, supported by Z-Arts in Manchester.
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