I always mean to write more regularly on here, but usually need something horrible or really out of the ordinary to happen to me.
Don’t worry, I haven’t experienced either. I just don’t feel the need to share every thought and facet of my life on the internet. Plus I am also highly conscious of breaking my mystique. That is the excuse I am sticking to, which sounds better than me admitting that the inactivity is down to me being either lazy or busy with more mundane things.
In terms of comedy, I will briefly summarise my 2019 so far. January: quiet. February: slightly busier, with a nice show at Leicester Comedy Festival.
But March is where things start to get really busy, before likely dropping again, then building up to another Edinburgh Fringe where I will be returning to the midday slot at Stand 2.
Two weeks today, I fly out to Singapore for a few nights, where I will be performing How To Win A Pub Quiz abroad for the first time. Wellington follows for a few nights and two performances of HTWAPQ at NZ Fringe; then I fly to Christchurch for a few nights and another show, before rounding off the mini-tour at Dunedin Fringe with two more shows.
Once I’ve finished my shows, I am heading to Queenstown to get reacquainted with the 134 metre Nevis bungee/bungy jump out of a cable car. It has been 12 years before I jumped off anything while attached to elasticated rope. Then I head back to Christchurch to fly home.
The trip is only going to last about three weeks and I’ll be spending a fair amount of time on planes, but I am looking forward to it nonetheless.
There are also other things in the works that I cannot reveal at the moment. There’s that mystique again.