Support Wokingham’s International Street Concert
aka Pauly Zarb International Street Concert is taking place on Saturday 30th May in the Market Place, Wokingham at 6:30PM and the cost is FREE! Back by popular demand, Wokingham Town Centre will again become an open air “grand concert … Continue reading Support Wokingham’s International Street Concert
An evening with Laurie Holloway & Friends April 18th
Montgomery Holloway Music Trust and Windsor Parish Church invite you to an evening with Laurie Holloway & Friends On Saturday April 18th in the Parish Church, … Continue reading An evening with Laurie Holloway & Friends April 18th
All you have to do is ask…
This week I’ve been swimming deeper into the world of Crowd Funding and came across this amazing story… Amanda Palmer crowd funded her own album to the tune of $1.2 million… how did she do that? She simply asked her … Continue reading All you have to do is ask…
There’s more to Wellington than boots…
Hello once again and greetings from the other side of the world. My theatrical based travels now find me in Auckland having completed three weeks in Wellington with the musical Annie. The journey, I have to say, is long! I left … Continue reading There’s more to Wellington than boots…
Rolling out your marketing strategy…
Late yesterday afternoon I received a tweet @windsordaily from @muddybootsmusic telling me about a new England song they’d written, produced & animated… Could it be “England’s Year” & even your year? Read on… Reminded me of a pal of mine … Continue reading Rolling out your marketing strategy…
Start spreading the Noos… Monarch of the puddings reaches Scotland (again)
After seemingly brief sojourn in Leicester the big pink bus moved onto Edinburgh. I say seemingly brief because nothing of any exceptional merit occurred. Eateries were eclectic and our random corner by the De Montfort hall was fairly typical. A local … Continue reading Start spreading the Noos… Monarch of the puddings reaches Scotland (again)
Windsor Spring Festival 15th – 23rd March 2014
Windsor Spring Festival kicks off in just over a week… Normally Guy lets us Rotarians know but today Twitter won the day when Tom Gamble reminded me it was on by tweeting me a link to his gig… @windsordaily world … Continue reading Windsor Spring Festival 15th – 23rd March 2014
Cut above the rest – The tour continues in Manchester
Those of you who have seen me recently will probably agree that the hair had got a bit out of control. So when our newly appointed and exquisitely groomed keys two, Mr. Carradine, joined the tour there was a sudden rush … Continue reading Cut above the rest – The tour continues in Manchester
Ha’way The Lads (and Lassies)
Greetings from Newcastle upon Tyne, jewel of the north. It’s probably twenty years since I worked here last and it’s changed a lot. There’s been a fair amount of regeneration and it would appear that there’s a decent amount of … Continue reading Ha’way The Lads (and Lassies)
Cone with the wind…
Following on last last weeks food post I am now writing to you as an in-betweener. That is in-between Wolverhampton and Newcastle. A travel day of sorts, too far to go home to return to the north again with out … Continue reading Cone with the wind…
Monarch of the puddings – Cardiff & that place off of the M1…
We are now safely nestled in Wolverhampton, playing the Grand Theatre. The business of show is doing well and it’s nice to be in an orchestra pit once again. It was always going to be tough to beat Brighton and … Continue reading Monarch of the puddings – Cardiff & that place off of the M1…
JazzMouse’s Favourite Food & Drink in Norwich
I asked Jazzmouse for his latest “on the road” story for our fun 2PM slot but I figured this could be moved up to 10AM & combined with a spot or real time social media engagement… How long will it … Continue reading JazzMouse’s Favourite Food & Drink in Norwich
What makes social media campaigns go viral
Sometimes you read something and think, that does the job just nicely, what can I add but an introduction for my readers? This is one of those moments in time… I now know a little more about viral marketing & … Continue reading What makes social media campaigns go viral
12 Days of Christmas
Enjoy The Merry Wives of Windsor’s version of “The 12 Days of Christmas” ably accompanied by Windsor & Eton Rotarians and guests… And the band play on… Blues & Royals Changing the Guard at Windsor Castle this Christmas… The Salvation … Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas
Soweto Gospel Choir Madiba Tribute
Music is very powerful and when people come together and sign you can’t help but feel some emotion. Enjoy the Soweto Gospel Choir Madiba Tribute Will Corry spotted this over at The Marketing Blog… Thank you. Jon Jonathan L Davey … Continue reading Soweto Gospel Choir Madiba Tribute
Basil Brush turned on Windsor’s Crown Jewels BUM BUM!
Tonight’s turning on of Windsor’s NEW Christmas lights, “The Crown Jewels” was done by Basil Brush & The Mayor ably assisted by Prince Charming, a Genie, George Bathurst (Windsor Town Partnership) & Dave Stephens… he threw the real switch! George … Continue reading Basil Brush turned on Windsor’s Crown Jewels BUM BUM!
“Beer: The cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems.” – Homer Simpson
I like beer, in all honesty I always have. We’re used to paying prices in London (and surrounding areas) so imagine my delight in Sheffield to find a pub where beer is £1.80 a pint! This is a shock. The … Continue reading “Beer: The cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems.” – Homer Simpson
Which one do you think is the most scary?
You’ve got till 12 o’clock tonight to enter the latest Verbatim Competition… especially for you, they’ve taken some spooky Halloween classic tunes and have “Verbatim-ified” them… Remember, remember! The fifth of November, The Gunpowder treason and plot; I know of … Continue reading Which one do you think is the most scary?
Les Miserables 26th to 29th November
Windsor boys school present “Les Miserables” based on the life story of many of the teachers there! Contact @twbsmusic, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07739 788570 to find out more or buy tickets £12 adults, £8 kids… Continue reading Les Miserables 26th to 29th November
Monarch of the Pudding – Life in the bus lane – Touring with Priscilla
Greetings from sunny Sheffield, the town where toothpaste in a tube was invented. Week one of my sabbatical from the world of swing and adventure into eighties pop musical Priscilla. Its funny taking over a show from someone else, I … Continue reading Monarch of the Pudding – Life in the bus lane – Touring with Priscilla
Helping Heroes – Keeping Karma
I tried a social media experiment this year, I tried to give away studio time. Bare in mind the surest state of the economy I was astonished by the lack of response from people across the board. So when … Continue reading Helping Heroes – Keeping Karma
Are you into heavy metal or do you prefer lighter metals?
I’m a poet and I do know it… well it is POETS day which, in the good old days when we all had jobs that paid us a fair living, company cars, petrol cards and boots full of quality samples … Continue reading Are you into heavy metal or do you prefer lighter metals?
Paws for thought
I thought I was barking mad when I saw my little Cavalier King Charles copying me working on my computer . She already likes watching tv and is especially fond of Lady and the Tramp which she watches in its … Continue reading Paws for thought