Sunday, 29 March 2009

In The Frame Today

In The Frame, the latest Behind The Bike Shed show is today at the Hoxton square bar & kitchen

Doors Open at 2pm
Performance starts at 3pm
£3 entry

Tuesday, 24 March 2009

In The Frame

This sunday sees the latest of the Behind The Bike Shed shows, entitled In The Frame.

It is, as usual, a collection of scenes and I have written a couple of them. However this show differs from the others because it has been inspired by a series of photographs taken by a series of photographers. I have contributed a couple of photographs, which are being exhibited before the performance.

Lecool says it will "showcase some of the best new snappers in town".

Which is nice.

Saturday, 21 March 2009

The Things We Do For Love - Trailer

In 2006, I took part in a documentary called The Things We Do For Love for Help The Aged's Helping Unite Generations (HUG) campaign.

The Trailer for The Things We Do for Love from Alex Gollner on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

A Writer's Meeting, Part Three: Duel

Mr Carruthers Presents...a third.

Masked, Peel This, Kitchen, Andy, Mike, Kieran, Bowie, etc

Saturday, 7 March 2009

A Writer's Meeting, Part Two: Sitcom Porn

Mr Carruthers Presents...again.

Another video made to accompany Peel This. These videos were improvised around a vague structure and a lot of fun to do.

Once again starring Andy Cartwright and Michael Everhard, filmed by Kieran Carruthers and with David Bowie playing us out.

Wednesday, 4 March 2009

A Writer's Meeting, Part One: A Bad Start

Mr Carruthers Presents...well, uh, this.

I'm the one in the mask. The beautiful mask, made from half of the most hideous pair of slippers available to those who shop at Wood Green's Poundland.

Yes, that's right, fifty penceworth well spent over my boat race.

The Video was made as a sort of viral advert to tie-in to a Mr Carruthers Presents... sketch show called Peel This. Shot on location in London's Kentish Town, it features Andy Cartwright and Michael Everhard, was filmed appropriately enough by Keiran Carruthers (no relation) and features music by David Bowie.