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Foiled is a comedy play set and staged in a working hair salon that I co-wrote with Beth Granville. After five-star reviews and sell-out audiences at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, we’re looking to take the show on the road in 2017. You can read more about the project on our company website, WeAreDuckspeak.com.
You Are What You Don’t
You Are What You Don’t, a rough-and-tumble ride through the psychology of positive limits – or, what happens when I stop walking for a day, lock my phone away for a month, and dissolve my entire sense of being for five hours. Read more on the dedicated site YouAreWhatYouDont.co.uk.
Cycling to Syria
Cycling towards Syria, a 2,500 mile bicycle trip across Europe, following the routes of migration back towards Syria. In the summer of 2016, I cycled through England, France, Belgium, Germany and Austria, talking to refugees and local residents about migration and the effect it has had on their lives. I’ll be picking up the ride from where I left off in summer 2017.
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