Sunday, 23 November 2008

Tired Anyway

Tough week.

Not only been doing Zero every night but also been working with Eva-Jane during the day in various Primary Schools across London doing anti-bullying workshops with kids aged between 4 and 10.

In retrospect, working all day with little people and all night in a show that is emotionally and physically demanding, was not a good idea. However, this week brought further good reviews to add to our excellent one from The Times, with Lyn Gardner (a notoriously hard to please theatre critic) giving us 3 stars and perhaps a compliment I am most proud of:

"If you are looking for political theatre, this is the real thing."

I can live without one person's opinion but it certainly helps sell tickets.


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