“I don’t analyse it too much, otherwise I’d freeze up and fall over, like a fridge”. Interviewed at the Edinburgh Festival, on BBC Radio 5 Live, this is sparkling, fascinating, honest talk on political power, the world, the universe and writing comedy. The interviewer, Nihal Arthanayake, talks to him about how he goes about writing comedy. Immediately, Dylan says he doesn’t investigate why he writes … Continue reading Dylan Moran: on Writing Comedy
I’m always on the hunt for good pieces of instrumental music, because I find it gives me creative space: I can be writing words and generally being creative, without someone else’s lyrics breaking in with their thoughts. The right music gives me a background and sense of pace. So here’s a new album for my ears, for thinking times (as it’s quite contemplative): “Into the … Continue reading Preparing to create: Instrumental Music
Vivienne Westwood thinks people nowadays are wearing very boring clothes. How she avoids the capsule wardrobe look and is visually interesting.
Tracey Emin’s huge neon text piece is installed in St Pancras: referencing time and company Continue reading Tracey Emin and Transport
Review of Barbara Rae’s new stunning exhibition at the RSA Edinburgh, featuring the North-West passage Continue reading Exhibition Review: Barbara Rae: The North-West Passage 4th August – 9th September 2018, Edinburgh RSA
A blast of thoughts and ideas for a new actress starting out Continue reading Encouragement for a young actress
Friday Night is Health & Safety film night with Professor Mal Archaic. Tonight’s humorous film: tourist photography Continue reading Health & Safety: Tourist Photography