Our lovely production of Welcome to Shangri-La opens on Tuesday at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester.
Had a fantastic time in rehearsal and now it’s ready for public consumption.
It’s funny. It’s moving. It’s dark.
We’ll get your room ready….
Listen to Radio 4 over the next two weekS to catch me as one of the historic voices in Peterloo: The Massacre That Changed Britain.
A fascinating insight into a long forgotten dark slice of British history.
I add my voice to historic accounts, letters and court scenes.
That’s Friday Aug 2 & Aug 9 at 11:00 – and available on your usual catch up services.
Hello there! Long time no see….
It’s been a busy couple of months. I shot a small role in a new BBC Drama, IN THE DARK, a lovely scene with MyAnna Buring…
Then it was on to a leading role in a magnificent horror film, PANDORA.
I can’t tell you anything about it, other than it was dark, gory – and lots of fun to do.
Our director is Carl Whiteley, here’s one of his funnier projects…
And here’s a few recent pics I took whilst on location to give you a little flavour of what is to come…..
Today’s post brought this lovely package…..
… and I can tell you no more about it, other than we have a rehearsal read through Monday in Manchester.
And I’m doing a great film project in Manchester over the next few weeks. I can tell you no more about that either…. 🙂
All will be revealed my friends, and all will be good.
Have a great weekend
P.S. Wishing all these protesting at Downing Street well for today, though I don’t expect to see it on the news. Make their pips squeak!
Season 1 of Barry Pigeon Protects reached a shocking finale on Friday….
What happens to Barry now???? Time will tell…
Wishing you all a super weekend!
I am so proud of our web series. I hope you’re enjoying it!
A different format this time for you….. This week Barry discusses the declining quality of flies, toilet time and boiled eggs….
One more episode to go now – and it’s a doozy!
Have a superb weekend my Little Valentine’s!
Tons of love
Another weekend. And another episode of Barry Pigeon Protects for you.
I had a great time shooting this series. Please take a look. Not long now until the explosive finale of Episode 6!!!!
You can see the whole series of Barry Pigeon Protects here so catch up if you haven’t seen it yet.
And the Barry Pigeon Twitter feed is great too! I wish I could say the funny words came out of my mouth, but it’s all down to the wonderful writers Kurt and Andrew!
Have a great weekend! And a Very Happy Birthday to my amazing son Benjamin! 14 on Sunday. How the years have flown. I love you Son!
Hello dear, dear reader…. I hope you’ve had a fabulous weekend.
Some wonderful New Dave to share with you this evening…..
I’m very happy to release the new Yorkshire Teabaggers video to you, a parody of Mardy Bum by The Arctic Monkeys.
Please have a look, subscribe and share…
I’ve also had the pleasure of an audio recording session today with my old chum Douglas Thorp. We last worked together many a year ago. As Doug says…
“David and I first crossed paths when I was a lily-livered art student at Sheffield City Polytechnic in the 80s. He played a mildly disturbed barber for my degree show film, which was shown throughout the land in one cinema. This brings us back together for the first time in 30 years.”
Doug has a rather wonderful Blog and Book and I was delighted to provide some voice work for it. IE Audio 16 : The Blood Test – Please Take a Listen
Another episode of Barry is coming next week, plus there’ll be some Yorkshire Teabaggers Behind The Scenes to share soon…. Stay Tuned!
Hope you’ve had a fab week. I did, my birthday celebrations went on most of the week and I still have more events gifted to come, including Jeff Lynne’s ELO in concert!
I’m happy with 2016 so far. I’m feeling quite productive. Barry Pigeon Protects episode 3 is available today. Have the Kleenex handy….. Please Subscribe, Watch, Like and Share…
You can catch up with previous episodes on the Barry Pigeon Channel
And coming next week – a new video from The Yorkshire Teabaggers!!!! I’ll be busy editing this weekend… We had a very funny two days shooting at 3 locations, this one will be epic!
Until then, love each other!
Bex and I had a fantastic time at the 25th Festival of Fantastic Films where THE ZOMBIE KING had the UK Premiere.
Met up with fellow actor George McCluskey and producers/actors Jennifer Chippindale and Rebecca-Clare Evans, filmmaker Natalie Kennedy, actor/comedy genius Emma Kenny Kennedy – and a whole bunch of Fantastic Fans, including Stephen and his sister, and bunch of really nice guys, one of whom was an engineer…. he mentioned that quite a lot. I wish I could remember names 🙂
A few pics from the night….