WHAT have I been up to? Click here for an archive of past events!
**I’m not taking on any more events for 2020, so I still have time to make books**
PUGS OF THE FROZEN NORTH, now as a play!!!
**UPDATE: Full show listings on the Foundry Group website! **
8 Feb (Sat) Eastbourne, Grove Theatre – preview performance (Mark your diary and check back for details!)
15 Feb (Sat) Lincolnshire, Stamford Arts Centre – Opening Performance, 2:30pm. Book here!
16 Feb (Sun), Brighton: 2pm, Exeter Street Hall (6-17 Exeter St, Brighton BN1 5PG), hosted by Book Nook Hove. Tickets £7 full/£5 concs./£20 family (2 adults 2 under 16), recommended age 5+. Book here!
19 Feb (Wed), Lewes Eastgate Chapel Hall (Mark your diary and check back for details!)
20 Feb (Thurs): 2:30pm, Pocklington Arts Centre Market Place, Pocklington, York. YO42 2AR, Tickets £8 (£30 family). Book here!
21 Feb (Friday): Ashburton Arts Centre, Devon (Mark your diary and check back for details!)
22 Feb (Sat): Crediton, Devon (check back for details!)
23 Feb (Sun): Brighton: 2pm, Exeter Street Hall (6-17 Exeter St, Brighton BN1 5PG), hosted by Book Nook Hove. Tickets £7 full/£5 concs./£20 family (2 adults 2 under 16), recommended age 5+. Book here!
This well-loved childrens’ book by the best-selling team of Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre comes to the stage in this unique, hands-on collaboration between the authors and the award-winning theatre company The Foundry Group in association with acclaimed children’s company Bard & Troubadour. With songs by Brian Mitchell (composer of The Ministry of Biscuits, co-written with Philip Reeve), a cast including Bard & Troubadour’s Amy Sutton and Joshua Crisp, designs by Reeve and McIntyre themselves, and a chance for younger audience members to play the eponymous, yipping sleigh dogs, Pugs of The Frozen North promises fun and excitement for all the family.
Presented by The Foundry Group (Winners: Argus Angel for Artistic Excellence 2014 / Best Fringe Show, Chris Neville Awards 2013 / Best Actress Brighton Festival 2013 / Best Theatre Buxton Fringe 2011 / Best Actor Brighton Festival 2011 / FringeGuru Editor’s Choice 2011)
In association with Bard & Troubadour
Photo by Louise Clarkson, knitted pug by Deadly Knitshade
6-7 Feb, Leicester Author Week – school events with Whatever It Takes Leicester
22 Feb (Sat), Isle of Wight Story Festival: 10am – GRUMPYCORN!; 2:15 – THE LEGEND OF KEVIN!
5 March (World Book Day): London school event with Pea Green Boat Books (4 March is still available for PGBB to host a school visit with me)
14 March (Sat): London, Bryn Mawr College International Forum – open to the public, register here – ‘President Kim Cassidy will lead Bryn Mawr’s vibrant, global community in an intellectually dynamic program that also offers professional networking and rich cultural opportunities throughout the weekend.’
4 April (Sat): Oxford Lit Fest, 10am, Cohen Quad Lecture Theatre, tickets £6, book here!
18-20 April: Exeter FCBG Conference (check back for details)
1 May: Publication date for DON’T CALL ME GRUMPYCORN, sequel to GRUMPYCORN… What’s Unicorn up to NOW?
15 May: Southwick, West Sussex: Glebe Primary school visit
13 June (Sat): London – FCBG Children’s Book Award ceremony
September: Publication of Roly-Poly Flying Pony Book 3!
17-18 October (Sat/Sun): Wonder festival – Reeve & McIntyre, check back for details
Recent releases – Sept 2019, Oxford University Press:
May 2019, Scholastic UK:
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