And I'm back in the room. It's been a while and I can tell you've missed me. Well, from Wednesday I will be six and a half projects down out of the ten of the year. That will see the last episode of Lost Tribe of the Trolls release and the writing of recording of the final story of The Trolls Trilogy for release over the next few months. That leaves three projects. But what are they going to be?
Well, here the Seldom Plan hits again (see past posts ad nausem) - there be changes afoot. I'm still going to be presenting the oft mentioned Historic Crimes in October - this will be a live streamed radio drama, tickets for the recording will be available from the Quay Theatre box office.
Otherwise, the last two projects are going to be more internet based and have no specific timetable. I have already started one. It is called The Museum of Tat - and it has a blog all of its very own.
This will be an evolving project, but in the short term it will mostly be made of photography and video pieces - which will be published online.
Then there is another work in progress I'm calling Just Say Yes (no affiliation to a rather dull Snow Patrol song, youth empowerment companies or fascist organisations etc)- which will be created at the Quay Theatre (probably) on the fifteenth of September. Or not. It will be a one-to-one piece, but later a video work. Or not. More later.
Otherwise, two of my other projects are still alive and well. The Shakespeare Delusion is performing again in London in October, as will the very popular The Juliet Inquiry, which I might be able to stream live (details to follow.) So, this is very much the year of my Shakespeare Trilogy - which Historic Crimes will complete - all three pieces performing in close succession.