It’s turning out to be rather a lovely end to 2015 – Both Emergency Story Penguin and 59 Minutes to Save Christmas are playing concurrently at The Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. It’s a bit surreal to see billboard advertisements for it dotted around the city centre but I’m attempting to deal with it without squealing each time I encounter one.
I’ve also joined the Third Angel team on Partus, a show about childbirth in all its bloody glory, that’ll play in the Crucible Studio in January, which means that, including Camelot: The Shining City, I’ll have been involved with four shows at this venue, five including The Straight Man at Moor Theatre Delicatessen, in my hometown in the space of 6 months. This trend doesn’t half make me smile and I’m very much hoping it continues into the new year…
Both soundtracks are available for Emergency Story Penguin and 59 Minutes to Save Christmas on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play etc, so get streaming/downloading if you want to continue the magic of each of these brilliant kids’ shows.
Happy Holidays everyone! 🎄🎉🎊
See you in 2016
I’ve three new tracks made available recently to license for any and all your media needs on Premiumbeat! Get ’em while they’re hot…
Sense The Future
A Light, bright, happy and forward-looking piano piece with electronic elements create a contemporary and aspirational piece, which would suit images of technology, progress and achievement. Lively and optimistic!
Picture The Past
A delicate, assured piano piece, accompanied by strings which creates an air of pleasant nostalgia with a touch of hope.
A minimalist, intimate piano track with slowly evolving, ambient string lines. Gentle, nostalgic and heartwarming, though subtle and understated.