It's all over now.
The facial hair is gone (for the most part) and tomorrow is a new day.
It seems like it happened so quickly! May began and ended as abruptly as it could have done but with a lot squeezed in between. It's been hard, tough, emotional but thoroughly enjoyable.
|Looking onward twards adventure (and judging by Peters Face, directly at the sun)|
This is just a short blog. More of a 'Thank You' really. Thank you to all those people who came out to watch our work, when you consider that we don't really get paid, it really is a labour of love, and we're sure some people hated it, but a lot of people have gone out of their way to make sure we know they loved it, and that's affirming in the highest and most appreciated respect, because after all, that's why we're doing this.
|Awkward 90's Boy Band Album Cover|
So! Onwards and upwards! We've applied to Arts Council Wales for funding to take the show to Edinburgh Fringe 2013 so we've got fingers and toes crossed on that one. I'm doing my one man kids-show-snow-adventure piece 'Life Inside An Igloo' for THE BIG SPLASH, Newport (very excited about Big Splash!) this Saturday 2.30pm and 8.00pm. We're also hoping to finally meet up with a Bristolian Lady about developing some work with Bristol Old Vic. But as well as all that we're going to finally sort out our Molecule programme to entice art folk from away to come make some stuff in Newps. ASWELL AS ALL THAT! We're currently in cohoots with the Riverfront about re-vamping Comedy Port and making our immersive venue (it's a secret) AAAAND we've got something extremely terrifying lined up for Halloween. If anyone remembers Operation Black Box then they will know what they're in for.
Anyway. Enough from me. Thank you again to everyone who helped us at every step of what has been an incredible journey and an amazing learning curve.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.