A Holloway’s Day’s Night

I’ve just come to the end of a long day’s sound editing on my computer and my brain is pretty fried, but I am determined to push a blog out before I collapse into bed.  Hmm… that sounds wrong.

The sound in question was a long overdue re-edit of my Lois of the Lane Air Guitar act which I’m going to be doing at tomorrow (today’s!) monthly Village Green Preservation Society night at The Betsey Trotwood.  Much happier with the act now – just got to find some time to rehearse it…

I’m back at The Betsey next Monday the 30th of May where I will be very pleased to be playing a couple of songs for John Hegley‘s monthly night.

The week after, on Saturday the 11th of June at 2pm, I’m going to be doing a one off performance of my show GLITCH in the Old Fire Station on Mayton Street (N7 6QT) for the Mayton Street Festival which is part of the Holloway Arts Festival.  It’s freeeeeeee!

Circuit went down really well the week before last and Iris Theatre have plans afoot to get it on again.  Here are some pictures of me as the malfunctioning musician android:

and here’s a snippet of my act:

Now, to sleep….

2 Replies to “A Holloway’s Day’s Night”

  1. Hi, is the Betsey still on for tonight, do you have to book in advance, what time do the doors open, and are they doing food at all? I cannot get any answer from the pub and am trying to find out info as we have come down from Middlesbrough. Lots of ta's.

  2. The Betsey is still on as far as I know but I don't have much info on the night. I can't imagine you have to book in advance and I reckon the doors open around 8:30pm for a 9pm start. They normally do tasty pub type food. Best bet is to keep trying the pub I'm afraid!

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