Here are some photos of the extraordinary puppets and set, made by two wonderful people, Sam Wyer and Laure McEwen, respectively. Fabulous lighting by Will Evans and great stage management by Nick Graham. And two beautiful performers in Phil Yarrow and Clare Eales-White.
|The Townspeople led by the Mayor about to get a shock in How To Hide A Liom|
|Iris and the Lion make friends.|
|Here's the Lion hiding in a bath in the show|
And a great review for the show in The Guardian, here
And after my evening's rest I'm off to see someone else work tomorrow, Mike Lindup is on tour with Level 42 so Jamie Safiruddin and I head out to Watford to boogie with the best of them. I'm taking every breath I can as in 2 weeks I'm on tour with the fabulous John McDaniel doing our Beatles material which is now out on CD too. You can check it all out here
and theres info on it all here
with lots of other links for buying it on download and hard copy and streaming and all that jazz.
|Here's the new Beatles CD|
Today we had a wonderful review in the esteemed USA magazine, Jazz Times, whose review of Shelter From The Storm reads. "What matters is the exquisite quality of the work...its immense value heightened by three Jungr/Hobgood originals, including an astute nod to Nina Simone." Read more here.....
|Jazz Times review of Shelter From The Storm|
So the tour of the Beatles material from the album and celebrating that gorgeous songwriting, goes all over the country, and some shows still have availability. We go to Berlin,
The Cinnamon Club in Bowden
and The Swan Dobcross for 2 nights
Deal's Astor Theatre
also Live at Zedel 2 shows
And here's a little promo of the Beatles collection filmed where we began the collaboration, in Connecticut at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.
Happy Winter and Hope to see you at one of these!