Games of Love and Chance. It lives! And it's on! Tonight! My London début, in fact. Blimey.
The four preview performances are taking place this week at the Karamel Club in Wood Green. It's all looking jolly exciting. We've a cracking cast, some super costumes, jazzy live music, and we're swimming in fictional cocktails. Everybody involved is giving it their all, not least my indefatigable director, Roxy. I've only seen a few rehearsals myself, and those quite early in the production process, so when I watch the first performance tonight it will be with entirely fresh eyes, as a true member of the audience. Even if I could remember much of the script - which I can't, my memory being what it is - there's nothing quite like seeing a cast and crew sticking it up there on the stage and bringing it to life. I'm looking forward to being thrilled and excited along with everybody else. I can't even remember how the play ends. I hope the goodies win.
Tickets are apparently sold out for Friday 11th and Saturday 12th, but Thursday 10th still has a few seats knocking about. There will also be some available on the door every performance if you arrive half hour beforehand. Tickets can be booked at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do pop along! It'll be a very funny show.