Audience reaction, reviews etc mean that he won't be put back in his cage for long. I'm going to be doing the show wherever I can nation wide, should be cheap enough with it being a one man show, travel light. I'd like to put it on somewhere every couple of months or so in a build up to take the show to Edinburgh next year as an introduction of Tales from Paradise Heights to new audiences. He's already booked in for The Met in Bury for January but he may be back as early as August if I have my way, watch this space. A BIG THANKS to the audiences who have just been beyond amazing, to the reviewers that give shows legs, to Justin Wetherill (music and sound design) to Darren McGinn (Posters) and to Karen McBride and Shay Rowan (Photography) Some more of Shay's shots can be seen above and below, over the coming weeks I will post up galleries of Karen and Shay's work.
So yes, I'm celebrating, and absolutely delighted that I dusted off that old Frank Morgan script, tore it apart and created a new Monster for today - Frank(enstein) Morgan, rose from the slab and pretty much smashed his way out of the laboratory...it's alive, IT'S ALIVE!