ManMoth Productions
16Aug/11

Showtime.

Just over 24 hours until A Hero's Journey comes to life! We're looking forward to seeing you. Matthew Rain probably isn't. It's still not too late to grab some tickets!

 

 

10Aug/11

The Whole Gang.

The whole gang's here! Left to Right - Richard Jackson, Patrick Baker, Sally Preson, Nick Skaugen, Steve Jordan, Ellen Gallagher, Cliff Chapman. Ever seen a more beautiful, talented bunch? No, didn't think so. We'll try and get a few pics from the dress rehearsal to treat you to as well.

8Aug/11

Rehearsals, Rehearsals, Rehearsals.

As you can no doubt tell from the title of this post, rehearsals are well under way for A Hero's Journey's glorious debut run at this year's Camden Fringe Festival, at the wonderful Etcetera Theatre. It's been an absolute joy seeing our comedy creations come to life. Our cast are a hugely talented bunch and there hard work and effort is paying off in a huge way. We implore everyone and anyone to come and see the show, it's a wonderful ride into the inner recesses of failure and geek-dom.

Tickets are selling a steady pace, so if you haven't got yours for your chosen day yet, order today or you might not get your ticket, and we would be gutted about that! But for those of you that do make it, we can't wait to see you!

 

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18Jul/11

Mawdryn Undead Revisited.

This fantastic picture of our hero and villain was taken at the Trent Park campus of Middlesex University, the location of many of our read-throughs and even our auditions. As chance would have it, this is the exact same location that part of Peter Davison Doctor Who serial 'Mawdryn Undead' was filmed, all the way back in 1982. The Doctor and his companions, including the late great Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier, spent what appeared to be an eternity going back and forth between the Mansion Building and the Obelisk on the hill, where the Tardis landed all those years ago. See, it's was just meant to be that nearly twenty years later Davison's Doctor would be back in another form! Though what he would make of Matthew Rain's twisted, smooth-talking anti-muse 5th Doctor is open to debate. Hopefully he would have a giggle.

23Jun/11

I sometimes wonder why I like the people of this miserable planet so much.