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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 121

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, March 31st 2015)

Hello all, and welcome to this EASTER edition of the newsletter. We've got shows and podcasts and movies to talk about this time, so let's get to it!

Thursday 2 April - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic With Peter Buckley-Hill and John Osborne.

Saturday 11 April - The Centre for Computing History, Cambridge
A short acoustic set before a screening of 'From Bedrooms To Billions'. Doors 7pm.
Tickets here:

Sunday 12 April - The Phoenix, London
Me, Grace Petrie and Issy Sutie support the mighty Gavin Osborn for the launch of his new album.
Tickets here:

Sunday 26 April - The Lexington, London
Preview of Hey Hey 16K at The Hangover Lounge, showtime probably around 3pm.

Check for more information.

Me and Steve are getting ready for Hey Hey 16K previews in Nottingham, York, Buxton, Croydon, London and (hopefully) Reading before we head up to Edinburgh. It's going to be GRATE - come!

This month's Totally Acoustic with Liz from The School and Charlie from The Retro Spankees was FAB - as you can hear for yourself on the podcast:

We've got a MARVELLOUS line-up for the second half of the series - come along before we have our summer break!

Not one but TWO films for you this month, both by myself and Mr John Dredge. The first is a sort of sequel to 'The Job Interview', called 'The Lunch Break', which you can find HERE:

The second one features an amazing innovation that we think could be a big thing in the future: DIALOGUE! It's called 'In Conversation With Luigi Shapponi' and you can see it HERE:

I've had a bit of excitement with The Writing this month, as one of my scripts got to the finals of the Stage 32/Happy Writers Contest and another has just got into the semi-finals of the Bluecat Feature Screenplay Competition. If anyone is reading this in Hollywood, CALL ME!

And finally - many apologies to anyone who's had trouble getting to the website lately. My service provider, Fastwebhost, are utterly useless and I'm in the process of moving elsewhere as we speak!

And I think that's more than enough for this time - thanks for listening!



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