THE IMAGINARIUM SHOW
Click on CHANNEL RADIO link below which will direct you to my presenter page. Also you can listen to m Saturday programme broadcast live every Saturday between 1 pm and 2 pm. Or catch it any time during the following week by clicking the Encore button to Listen Again.
Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood has given me some of my happiest memories touring in this play with Richard Davies, Peter Childs, Peter Cleall, Malcolm McFee, Brian Hall, David Lloyd Meredith and Meredith Edwards, and many other lovely actors.
In the tour I did with Meredith Edwards, he told me a tale about Dylan Thomas, and I wrote a short story based on it called The Poet in Soho which is published in my book Tales from Soho (Andrews UK). And now it has become one of the winning entries in the Audiojam Short Story competition and
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I am appearing at the Sitcom Gold event at Elstree Studios on 7th July from 11.30 - 4.00 pm please follow the link and click on:SITCOM The spoof horror Frankula was seen at Rusthall Community Cinema, Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells at Sunnyside Community Hall prior to the main feature The Lady in a Van. The spoof horror film received an excellent response. To see the teaser/trailer click on FRANKULA AFTER HOURS, a film by Jason Read, is a micro-thriller, with Linda Regan, Brian Murphy, Gary Shail and David Barry. To watch the film click on the link FILM
MEMOIR Vol 1 is an anthology of twelve stories by twelve women and one man, To read Soap Opera, the only story published by a male author (David Barry) in the collection, click on KINDLE
A Friend of Ronnie's is a one-act play with a cast of three available for productions and published by Lazy Bee Scripts. To read the play click on
Also published by Lazy Bee scripts is the full-length play MR MICAWBER DOWN UNDER. To read the play click on MICAWBER NEVER SAY DIE! is another one-act play, with a large cast, capable of some doubling, but suitable for performance by drama groups, students and community theatre. The play will first be produced by the Dunblane Drama Group in January 2018. To read the play click onLAZYBEE