An exclusive and very exciting load of nonsense
Initial Itch // 1400-1500 19.03.10
an exclusive and very exciting load of nonsense
A bit of a coup this week as we are joined live via shaky telephonic communications with Forkbeard Fantasy, purveyors of intelligent, irreverent, innovative and downright hilarious theatre extraordinaire. Fresh off the back of their performance of new show The Colour of Nonsense at the National Review of Live Art, Forkbeard proceed to be as foolish and madcap as only they can be, permitting us exclusive interviews of characters hitherto entirely fictional.
We also have new (and delightfully bonkers) music from local boy and live Initial Itch regular Micheal Egan and classic Poetry from Edward Lear. Furthermore, Steve launches a new feature, reading a work in progress and asking for your kind feedback.
Who are you to disappoint him? Get in touch with your thoughts, especially if you think you can do better, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org post-haste, and we will put your stuff on air.
Next week we'll be basking in the afterglow of the NRLA by asking what its value is in today's performance world, but for now, enjoy the nonsense.
Posted at 13:44, 21st March 2010
|Yma Sumac||Cherry Red|
|'Ember' by Stephen Redman (send your thoughts on this poem in development to email@example.com)|
|The High Road|
|Forkbeard Fantasy join us live in transit|
|'Boxmanship' by Forkbeard Fantasy|
|I'm Johnny and the Psy-Clones|
|Some more nonsense, and a revelation for rob|
|'The Dong with a Luminous Nose' by Edward Lear read by Rob Jones|
|The Aliens||Pet Rock|
|Outro & Pick of the Week|
|Put Your Hands Up|