I’m brilliant, it’s official

… according to David Morrissey anyway. And, moreover, the Nottingham Evening Post.

This was the upshot of the Rocliffe Forum reading which was part of the Broadway’s Screenlit Festival in Nottingham.

I entered a ten minute extract about a homeless detective, and together with two others, it was worked up in about an hour and half into a script-in-hand rehearsed reading sort of thing by the fab Susan Jacobson, from Pistachio Productions, with the actors who were also all fantastic, particularly the two leads, Aaron Smith and Lauren Carse.

Yes, I know this is an outbreak of loveyness but it is warranted.

Then I got interviewed by David Morrissey. That David Morrissey, who said some very nice things including that my dialogue was ‘brilliant’, and did Q and A with the audience. My ego was thoroughly gorged.

Now I’ve just got to finish the bloody script. Email me if you’re a producer, commissioner or have money and you’d like to see it.

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