>Spring has sprung …

>This is the first time we’ve seen our new garden in the Spring. We are surprised to find that we have an outrageously pink tree. It’s good because a) it looks pretty and b) its ‘Look at me! Look at me!’ness makes me laugh – we have a shameless tree.

Tuesday to Birmingham. I had encouraged some of my students to see Attempts On Her Life. After reading some of the reviews, I was worried that they might not like it, but of course they lapped it up. It’s a big deal for them – a trip to London – so I’m glad it went well.

I have delivered a first full draft of Rolling News to Birmingham Rep and a second draft of the radio play to the BBC. Such a relief – and the post-draft hangover hasn’t kicked in yet. Perhaps this is the time it doesn’t happen?

I’ve managed to pick up some work on a schools project down here as well, which helps the confidence. Some other irons in the fire as well.

About lancewoodman

Playwright, heritage interpreter and teacher. Living in the Midlands, UK

Posted on April 25, 2007, in House, playwriting, radio, teaching, theatre. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. >Very jealous of you handing in your Birmingham commission. I’m struggling to make headway with mine. Looking forward to seeing Rolling News though. I spent a year in the news department at the BBC, mainly working for News24, so I can’t wait to see it. I hope they like what you’ve done.

  2. >It’s taken a long time to get to this stage. Next we get a reading – there’ll be lots to do as a result of that. Good luck with your projects and the whole cat tail question, Phil.

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