Both polls now closed

Thanks to anyone (focusing on the one) who helped me by voting in my two polls, not quite the response I was after to show impressive figures in my market research.

…but me being me forgot to mention it anyway…

*place hand forcefully on forehead*

Yes, I am that dumb.  But then, it’s a common occurrence in job interviews…at least for me, to forget who you are and why you are there in the first place. On the plus side if it had been an audition for a retarded person or person with Alzheimer’s then I’d have the part straight away!!

Apologies to anyone who doesn’t like my un-pcness I’m not trying to be offensive or rude (it comes naturally when berating myself)

truth is I honestly don’t have a clue how it went, it could have gone well for all I know but it makes me smile looking on the internet for the proper etiquette for how to act/respond after/in interviews I feel reassured that no one seems to know about what to actually do! Unless you’re already CEO or equivalent career counsellors or something then we’re all in this clueless pool of hopelessness, swimming around hoping that someone likes us enough to give us a shot at a job we really want, because let’s face it, any job you really want, you’re gonna stuff up the interview, and if you don’t want the job? Guaranteed to succeed haha!

 

this is the point when I get today’s job until they see this and then I’ve shot myself in the foot…again…perhaps I shouldn’t click publish…but what the hell.

 

live dangerously 🙂

Strange Brooch Theatre’s Press Night for ‘We Happy Few’

WE NEED YOU!

Tonight is Press Night for Strange Brooch Theatre’s debut production ‘We Happy Few’ and we need bums in deckchairs!

Please come down to Victoria Embankment Gardens in London from now until 28th June (Tues to Fri’s only) and come see some fantastic FREE Shakespeare in the park!

We are Strange Brooch Theatre company: A young company of players endeavouring to showcase the true irreverence and spontaneity of classical theatre. Using original practices to refresh and revitalise histories’ greatest stories for a new audience.

This is our website!

Our debut production ‘ We Happy Few’ (based on Shakespeare’s HENRY V) opens tomorrow evening!

Ancient Pistol sits in the Boar’s Head Tavern merrily weaving a tale of when he and his fellows fought on the vasty fields of France and stood shoulder to shoulder with their king.
This reworking of Shakespeare’s grand epic follows the journey of the peasant soldiers of England called to war by royal command; called from their homes & families and thrown into fearsome battles in a foreign land.
Strange Brooch Theatre is proud to present their energetic and irreverent debut production with a five person cast, original text and a few puppets, this should be an Agincourt like you’ve never seen.
“Minding true things by what their mockeries be…”
Henry V, Act IV Prologue

Here we are in Time Out

photo (13)we need your bums on these seats!!

Did I mention it was FREE?!

Here’s more detail on the event on Facebook

photo (14)yeah. we’re cool! come see us!!

Do you like Theatre?

I say you there! Yes you! Do you like theatre?

Do you like FREE theatre?

Excellent!! Come down to Victoria Embankment Gardens in London from tomorrow until 28th June (Tues to Fri’s only) and come see some fantastic FREE Shakespeare in the park!

We are Strange Brooch Theatre company: A young company of players endeavouring to showcase the true irreverence and spontaneity of classical theatre. Using original practices to refresh and revitalise histories’ greatest stories for a new audience.

This is our website!

Our debut production ‘ We Happy Few’ (based on Shakespeare’s HENRY V) opens tomorrow evening!

Ancient Pistol sits in the Boar’s Head Tavern merrily weaving a tale of when he and his fellows fought on the vasty fields of France and stood shoulder to shoulder with their king.
This reworking of Shakespeare’s grand epic follows the journey of the peasant soldiers of England called to war by royal command; called from their homes & families and thrown into fearsome battles in a foreign land.
Strange Brooch Theatre is proud to present their energetic and irreverent debut production with a five person cast, original text and a few puppets, this should be an Agincourt like you’ve never seen.
“Minding true things by what their mockeries be…”
Henry V, Act IV Prologue

Here we are in Time Out

photo (13)we need your bums on these seats!!

Did I mention it was FREE?!

Here’s more detail on the event on Facebook

photo (14)yeah. we’re cool! come see us!!

Like music?

Penny for the Workhouse

Follow the link above to check out a local band that are incredible, Penny for the Workhouse are an original band, great songs written by them that are guaranteed to get you singing and dancing, support them because they’re incredible and they are always my choice of soundtrack when I’m writing 🙂