Showing posts from February, 2015

The Making of Love 2.0...

The Making of 'Love 2.0' - a 3 year journey of silliness  This is a blog I wrote for Sleeping Warrior's Blog Page, but I thought that it should be here as well, there is a link at the bottom that takes you to the online programme that I created for the piece. The show is currently touring Scotland, we've just got our first review through which you can read here.

***SPOILERS ALERT*** Before I go any further I should say that this blog contains a number of spoilers, so if you are currently sitting in a theatre waiting for the show to start, or checking it out before you've seen it in the flesh, then you may want to save this link and have a wee look post show!

In the Beginning The genesis of the show is one based on pure circumstance. In 2012 I was asked by my friend, who was an acting student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, if I would be interested in working on devising a piece of theatre for a couple of weeks with some fellow students. They had electives …

Starting 'Love 2.0'...again

It has been some journey, taking over three years in total (see here and here) but we started rehearsals for my comedy 'Love 2.0' last week. It is going on tour all over Scotland and I'm really excited to share it with a wider audience. You can get the tour details here.

We spent a chunk of our first day rehearsing by making this wee trailer:

It is a co-production between my company - Sleeping Warrior - and the Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock. The set arrives in a couple of days (designed by Kirsty McCabe). It's going to be a really exciting time and we can't wait to get the show up and running and in front of audiences.