To all our fantastic performers from the weekend, to Father Tom at St Barnabas, to the photographers, techies and to Ian Bond, Tracy Brown and the whole crew at the Alhambra and Carleton Suite for all their hard work. Most of all, THANK YOU to everyone who came to see the shows, without you, there is no Fringe. We had over a thousand audience members. … Continue reading A Huge Huge Thank You…
Professional Poet, Author, Performer, After Dinner Speaker and Workshop/Event organiser and performer who has appeared on TV and featured on Radio.
Jackie Hagan is a working class, cosmic scally with a queer heart and a jumble soul.
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John Osborne write books and for TV and radio, including Radio Head, John Peel’s Shed and The New Blur Album on Radio 4 and After Hours on Sky 1.
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Big Charlie Poet (aka BCP) is a Spoken Word Artist and Performance Poet currently hiding away in Morecambe.
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Matt Panesh, the Monkey Poet is a Comedian, Poet, Writer and Hawkwind Super-fan. Winner of Mervyn Stutter’s 2017 “Spirit of the Edinburgh Fringe” award amongst many others. He is also the co-founder of Morecambe Fringe.
His other alter-ego is Roger Cumsnatch
Thick Richard has been pedalling his potty-mouthed poems at festivals and clubs up and down the land for the last 16 years. His cynical, lyrical, jet-black humour, intelligent wordplay, well-crafted verse, and occasionally acerbic, well-targeted comic attacks have earned him much respect from artists and audiences from Edinburgh to Glastonbury.
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Corin Rhys Jones is an actor and performer with a wide range of theatre experience from Chekov and Wilde through to more contempory writers
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Caroline Burns Cooke is an actress and writer. Best Actress for Myra at the ECU European Independant Film Festival in Paris.
She has 2 feature films, The Spiritualist and Misrule in post production, and am touring her solo show And The Rope Still Tugging Her Feet, which she took to Brighton and Edinburgh this year and now Morecambe. (Argus Award, Best Theatre Production)
Kate Fox has made a living as a stand-up poet for ten years. Being funny & Northern is sometimes a help and sometimes a hindrance and she’s doing a PhD about why.