My second short play, called "Time, Gentlemen", was performed at Matthew's Yard in Croydon for a few weeks back in May, then once at the Green Dragon for Croydon heritage week, and it's getting another outing in Croydon at the end of September before being performed as part of the Havant Literary Festival.
On the 24th September you can see it at the Ship in Croydon, being performed, again by the Breakfast Cat Theatre company, with two other short plays - all of these are then being performed as part of a "pub crawl with a play in each pub" at the Havant Literary festival on 5th October. Unfortunately I won't be about for the Havant performances as that's the same day I'm playing as part of the Croxjam in Croydon. But if you live in that part of the world then have a look.
The play is about three men in a pub in Croydon talking about, amongst other things, the passing of time. It's quite darkly funny I suppose. And to say any more about it would maybe ruin it for you. People seemed to enjoy it when they saw it before anyway.
The marvelous Audio Antihero record label (that released the Nosferatu D2 album) are going to be releasing them as an album called "There is nothing more frightening than the passing of time".
In the meantime, there is a free taster of one of the songs that you can listen to and download and (hopefully) enjoy: it's the (First?) single and it's the band version of "A Funny Thing You Said" and I really hope you like it. It features Gavin Kinch on accordion, Jon Roffey on saxophone and my brother Adam on drums. Martin Webb, who I've been playing gigs with and recording with for quite a while now, plays cello on the album but I'm not sure there's any cello on this track.
You can listen and download it from here:
You can also pre-order the album from here - it'll then be sent out to you for 14th October 2013