Paul performed in the library area of CB2, Cambridge recently. Performing a mix of new and old material, here’s some highlights from the intimate (sold-out) show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRVg4ucE4gw
Paul’s debut feature length film, The Many Struggles of Oscar Pike, will be released on Monday November 3rd – initially to members of his mailing list only (sign up here to be sent a password enabling you to access the film for free on it’s release), with DVD copies for sale at future live shows. Here’s …
Paul will be returning to the wonderful Bay Tree Café in Bury St Edmunds on November 7th to perform Getting Lost In My Hometown. Tickets are £15, including a 2-course dinner. More information here: http://www.thebaytreebury.co.uk/#!news–offers/c2dg
Paul wrote a 15 minute comedy monologue about a reluctant but charming pizza delivery man, and then got his friend Alister to cycle around a lot. The result is a lovely little short film, which you can watch here.
Paul made a film about his recent Edinburgh Fringe run, which also featured snippets of live performance. You can watch the whole thing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzUoshnlPk0
Paul is back from the Edinburgh Fringe, where he performed 33 times in 21 days. He had a great time – thanks to everyone who saw the shows, it’s really appreciated. You can read Paul’s blog post about his run here: http://theboyrichards.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/edinburgh-fringe-2014.html
So just a reminder, if you do happen to be at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, please do check out Paul’s work. He has written, and is performing in, three very different productions. All of the shows are free entry, and they’re part of the PBH Free Fringe. Here’s the details: 2-22 August: GETTING LOST …