Monday, 2 February 2009

Live on Polish Television!

Yesterday, Mark and I got back from our live Polish TV debut and we had a right laugh, sometimes the actors life and the adventures it brings are worth all the heartache of the job itself.

We went to Warsaw via Amsterdam (unfortunately with no time to grab a beer) and were put up in a very luxurious hotel, by Polish standards anyway although Mark and I were sharing a room, again and our two single beds were pushed together. Very Brokeback Mountain...

In the morning, after a massive Polish breakfast that consisted of meat, eggs, pancakes and maple syrup we made our way to the studio, which resembled an open plan office, had very bad orange make-up applied (as evidenced above) and Madonna style headset microphones fitted.

After a brief cutaway to us on the sofa, we were moved to the main area, met the hosts and live on Polish TV, were interviewed.

We did very well, I think, we managed to come across okay and not upset anyone, although I did put out an appeal for a Polish bride which thankfully Eva-Jane took in good spirit. Evidence of the main interview is here with Polish translation over the top and the pre-interview skit can be seen here.

I just hope this means that more Polish people will come and see Poles Apart, we could do with spreading the love amongst out Polish friends.

We are on three days...

Bloody hell.

8 comments:

  1. You're writing like an Irishman w/ all of the comma splices, mate.

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  2. "We went to Warsaw via Amsterdam (unfortunately with no time to grab a beer) and were put up in a very luxurious hotel, by Polish standards anyway although Mark and I were sharing a room, again and our two single beds were pushed together. Very Brokeback Mountain..."

    Of course, I have to point out that those two guys in the movie Brokeback Mountain didn't actually seem to be obviously gay.

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  3. You wish Pagan but you know I'm spoken for by the lovely Eva-Jane.

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  4. HaHa, yes I know, just messing with you. Good luck to you on your play.

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