Tomorrow, Sunday 29th August, I will finally have my very own market stall, and I’m pretty excited. It may be for just the one day, or it may work out as a regular feature, it will all depend on how it goes tomorrow, and whether I can get someone to stand in for me while I’m away in NZ for three weeks.
I’ll be selling my handmade jewellery at the Valley Laneway Markets and I will be in California Lane, between Ann and McLaughlin Streets, just a few hundred yards down the road from Brunswick Streets. It would be great if you would drop by to say Hi!
All proceeds from sales will go towards production costs for my new show The Fall of June Bloom (or What You Will), which will be presented by Thunder’s Mouth Theatre at the Geoffrey Rush Drama Studio from 9th to 12th November. Now THAT is exciting. I’m looking forward to getting this stage of the journey completed – the PhD performance as research stage – so that I can get to the next stage, which will be the World Tour!
You can keep up with developments, the auditioning and rehearsal process, and all the trials and tribulations, joys and celebrations of making theatre by following me on Twitter, @thundersmouth.
Handmade by Flloyd also has its own Twitter feed, @handmadebyflloy (there wasn’t room for the ‘d’), and of course, there’s me just rabbiting on at @flloydpk.
Oh, and I’ve changed the theme for this blog, to one that allows us to have a conversation! My apologies to anyone who has posted a comment for not replying, I just couldn’t figure out how to do it. This one might not be as pretty, but the picture at the top is one I took of Deception Bay a couple of years ago, from Bribie Island across the Passage.