Glittered Knickers…

I love it when a plan you never knew you had comes together. An old friend up at Bath Uni decided we needed an International Women’s Day entertainment night in Widcombe. It’s over 20 years since I did one of these, back at the students’ union, so when she said, “Want to do something forContinue reading “Glittered Knickers…”

Glitter Knickers Producer sought

Over on the Glitter Knickers Facebook page, we’re putting out a call for a theatre producer to join the team and get this baby on the road, out of Bath, to the big smoke and beyond! Deadline 8 Dec – check it out & share it willy-nilly! (you can see a v short trailer forContinue reading “Glitter Knickers Producer sought”

The Audience’s Glitter Knickers

Wonderful opening night last night (2 March) – thanks hugely to all who came (feel free to come again, of course!). If you haven’t yet booked and want to come, I strongly recommend you click this “Book Now” link. But in the meantime, here’s a few choice quotes from last night’s fantastic audience:   “…theContinue reading “The Audience’s Glitter Knickers”

What a week – open Glitter Knickers!

We made the front page of Bath Chronicle’s arts guide – in the week of the Literary Festival, with Brian Blessed, Caitlin Moran, Gloria Steinem & Jamie Cullum! We open tonight (Wed 2 March) & run til Sat 5th. Tickets are selling very healthily, so you won’t be surprised when I recommend you to book!Continue reading “What a week – open Glitter Knickers!”

Can you ever lose when you put your own Skin In The Game?

But I genuinely believe the stars aligned when I plucked up the courage this March to ask Kristin Duffy at Slackline Productions if she could think of anyone who might be mad enough to joining me in this utter (and thrilling) madness.

Climate Catastrophe Satire Hits London Stage

News Release 1 Nov 2021 A climate catastrophe satire that was developed with audiences in Bath hits the London stage this month (November). The New Wimbledon Theatre, run by Ambassadors Theatre Group, opens Gill Kirk’s dark-green dystopian horror-comedy SKIN IN THE GAME on the very day that COP26 ends in Glasgow.  Chosen by New Wimbledon TheatreContinue reading “Climate Catastrophe Satire Hits London Stage”

Something is coming…

SOMETHING IS COMING. Or should I say, “someone“…? Who remembers Dorothy, the mother with the metaphorical meat cleaver, the one with the clock ticking in her stomach? The mother-in-law you would dread to have? If you saw the original production of Water’s Not So Thick at Bath’s Rondo in June ’11, or R&D shows atContinue reading “Something is coming…”