Ted Bundy visits Manchester

I’m sitting on a train between Manchester Piccadilly and London Euston, hurtling away from two weeks at Contact Theatre thinking and making around The Ted Bundy Project as part of the Flying Solo Commission. I’m thinking about stories and why we want them; why we seem to naturally impose them on our chaotic, mysterious world. […]

On the road with Pecos Bill

On the road with Pecos Bill

It has been in the works for quite awhile—residencies with Waleslab and The Basement, work-in-progress showings at The Yard and Battersea Arts Centre, a pilgrimage to the desert of West Texas to see the Davis Mountains and McDonald Observatory, a Performance in the Pub—and now I’m thrilled to announce an autumn tour for The Many […]

The Ted Bundy Project

I’m starting a new project. It’s sort of to do with this guy: Ted Bundy, described on Wikipedia as an “American serial killer, rapist, kidnapper and necrophile”. I’m fascinated by him and how people reacted and still react to him. And I’m fascinated by how I react to him. Several weeks ago, I spent a […]

More Bill

It occurred to me that I hadn’t yet shared on here the wonderful images and video taken by Rod Farry of my BAC scratch of The Many Apologies of Pecos Bill. So I thought I’d rectify that. Mat and I had a wonderful time at BAC as always. And I suppose now is as good […]