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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 119
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Hello all, and welcome to this SUPER CULTURAL edition of the newsletter. We've got music, theatre AND film to talk about this time, so let's get to it!
GIGS TO COME
Thursday 5 February - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic, with Simon Love, Model Village, and A Little Orchestra.
Friday 6 and Saturday 7 February - The Criterion, Leicester
The new show 'Hey Hey 16K' debuts at the Leicester Comedy Festival!
Tickets HERE: http://www.comedy-festival.co.uk/events/events_filter.php?kw=16k
Thursday 5 March - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic, With Liz from The School and The Retro Spankees.
Check http://www.mjhibbett.co.uk/gigs/gigs.php for more information.
HEY HEY 16K
Me and Steve's new show has its world premiere in Leicester next week and to celebrate we're launching the new website, right here:
There's not a HUGE amount of content there yet, but it'll gradually fill up as we get closer to Edinburgh. In the meantime we're gradually adding preview shows, so do come if there's one nearby!
The new series of 'Totally Acoustic' starts next week with a huge cast of acts which you can read about on the webpage HERE:
We're kicking off this month with Simon Love, Model Village and A Little Orchestra, and you can catch up with the whole of the last series via our End Of Season Finale podcast HERE:
THE JOB INTERVIEW
I recently made a (very) short film with Mr John Dredge called 'The Job Interview' which we've been busily entering for film festivals. We had a showing last week at the Loco London Comedy Festival, and you can see it online here:
THE INVENTION OF SEX
My (also very) short play 'The Invention Of Sex' is on at The Etcetera Theatre on the 13, 14 and 15th February as part of a compilation show called 'The Sexy Sevens'. Mine is an entirely historically accurate description of how sex was invented, and you can book tickets for the whole shebang here:
You might have seen in various online music outlets that Prolapse - featuring our own Mr T Pattison - are reuniting for some gigs soon. All of The Validators are very excited about it as Prolapse were GRATE, although we are a bit worried about Tim having to play that fast again! Don't worry though, the next Vlads album is still very much in progress and we'll be welcoming Tim back to the rather more 'intimate' gigs he's become used to in the summer!
And I think that's more than enough for this time - thanks for listening!
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