No More Worries mini-film: the pub scene

I blogged a few months back about the spoken word road-trip movie for theatres I’m making with director Peader Kirk. The show is called ‘No More Worries’ and has been co-commissioned by Apples and Snakes and the Albany.

As part of the final project we think we might like to shoot a series of extracts from the full piece in various locations as we tour the theatre performance – mini-films which viewed in sequence would tell the whole story of the show. The aim with this trial one (masterfully filmed and edited by Karim Kamar as part of our Arts Council funded R&D phase) was to get close to the vibe of what it is like seeing me perform the piece live, but mix that up with a few more cinematic flourishes here and there. Hope you enjoy it!

Chill Pill @ Soho Theatre

What
Chill Pill @ Soho Theatre
When
Monday, August 19, 2013
7:00pm - All Ages
Where
21 DEAN STREET


LONDON , UK W1D 3NE
Other Info
A laid-back club night where up-and-coming poets share the stage with some of the finest Spoken Word acts in the UK. Curated by Mr Gee (host of Radio 4’s Bespoken Word and Rhyme and Reason), Raymond Antrobus, Deanna Rodger, Simon Mole and Adam Kammerling.

features: Sally Jenkinson & YOB

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Come Rhyme With Me – London

What
Come Rhyme With Me - London
When
Friday, May 31, 2013
7:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
70 Exmouth Market
London, UK EC1R 4QP
Other Info
Thanks to Come Rhyme With Me your socialising calendar can be filled with an evening of poetry and spoken word. The night takes place the last Friday of the month at Cotton’s restaurant, Islington and thanks to the imaginative minds of its founders, Dean and Deanna, the show takes inspiration from a meal and is served in ‘3 courses’. The starter consists of an up-and coming poet, followed by a meaty main of an experienced professional. Finally, dessert bears witness to something more light-hearted perhaps some cabaret, comedy or music.

The show starts at 7:00pm and finishes at 10pm with tickets at £7.50 for the show or £12.50 to include a plate of traditional Caribbean food. TSL suggest getting here early to get a comfortable seat at a table as well as staying after the show for some socialising!

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