Saturday Sit Down with JMMcDowell

It’s only a week away to Martini Bond at Manchester Pride. Rehearsals are going well, which is more than I can say for the props list…They are piled up in a corner and need checking – have we lost the meerkats? Where’s the gangster’s hat? And Suzi Bazooki’s bazookas? Then there’s the lighting to sort, tickets to sell, PR…Thank goodness for JMMcDowellย and her Saturday Sit Down. She has very kindly given me a spot on her blog to talk about the play, writing, hopes and dreams. And it was great to be in touch with a fellow blogger. Throughly recommend it!

August 10, 2013. Tags: , , , , , , . Blogging, Comedy writing, Fiction, Humour, Theatre.


  1. colonialist replied:

    The meerkats are bound to provide a bother. They get around a lot, even though such fine upstanding creatures.

  2. Carrie Rubin replied:

    Fun interview. Great to learn more about your play. How exciting it must be seeing people bringing your words to life. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • WomanBitesDog replied:

      Thanks. This is the last time for this play but we’ve had a good run.

    • WomanBitesDog replied:

      Thanks. It’s been a blast. Have to work on the next one now

  3. Let's CUT the Crap! replied:

    This is delicious. James Bond, if he should surface, finds out he has a daughter…too intriguing.

  4. jmmcdowell replied:

    It was a fun post to do, and I really do wish I could see this play! I’m hoping it’ll turn out to have more lives than James himself. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. kateshrewsday replied:

    Can’t believe it’s all come round so quickly…break a leg at Manchester Pride !

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