I don’t often use this blog to talk about myself. Oh, alright, I do, but I’d hate you to feel you weren’t in the loop, and you’ll definitely miss out if you don’t know about the following:
– Previews for my Edinburgh show, The Rise and Fall of Deon Vonniget, are on 20th and 21st July, 7.30pm, at the Courtyard Theatre (10 York Way, just over the road from Kingâ€™s Cross). I will be sharing the stage with Adam Kay, writer of the popular London Underground song, so you get two previews for the price of one and a lot of music for your money. Box office: 020 7833 0876
– If you happen to be visiting the fine city of Edinburgh itself, the same show is on at Sweet ECA, 3rd to 27th August (not 14th), 5.40pm. Box office: 0870 241 0136, or book tickets at here. The show itself, if you’re not already familiar with the thing, is fully explained here.
– And finally, if you do happen to be visiting the Fringe, you might find it useful to know that the ultimate guide to that event, Fringe (co-written with the other James who uses this blog), is now available in all good bookshops â€“ so please feel entitled to look for bookshops that donâ€™t have it and label them BAD. If youâ€™d prefer to stay indoors and order it from the comfort of your own house, check out this site for the appropriate links.
That’s it – I’ll never talk about myself again.