This piece of music just gets me ❤️ #johnadams #love #transported
Episode 0: Making the World Your Stage is out now and FREE if you sign up to the mailing list. Episode One: A Highly Selective History of Theatre and How it Created Then, Now and Maybe is also out at £2.99 / $3.49 on Amazon and through the website (link in bio)
Saw this guy play a gig 23 years ago in a tiny venue in the West Midlands, then again a year later at the 2nd ever V Festival in front of thousands. Tonight we met again. Brilliant gig and so special to share it with @redheadonskates #gazcoombes
Hello Huddersfield, you’re cold but rather pretty. #Huddersfield #huddersfielduniversity
Out 2nd Feb - sign up at the website now for his FREE ebook on release day (2nd Feb). Learn body language and vocal skills that could change the way you interact and succeed
This and more coming soon to coincide with the release of Playing the Actor Episode 1 - a highly selective history of theatre and HOW IT CREATED SO MUCH OF OUR CULTURE.
To celebrate the launch of the Playing the Actor book series, there will soon be some classy merch like this available through the website. Sign up now for discounts and a free copy of the first episode of the book on release day (2nd Feb). Make the World Your Stage!
“Virtue is sufficient for happiness” - Seneca
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Will you take the journey? #comingsoon
#vegan breakfast- can’t always manage it but when I do I feel better. I’m not good at breakfast at the best of times so to get motivated to do something that isn’t toast is mostly beyond me. Thank god for #lazysundays
What will you do for future you today? Break free!
Online store will be open soon to coincide with the release of Episode One of the Playing the Actor series of books. Get this tshirt and much more!
Editing face #brainmelt
This. So much this. 😍😍😍
Love this design with my hero #alanwatts and possibly my favourite phrase (of his) in the English language
During a morning where I was taking life far too seriously, I was reminded by a fellow traveler that all is play