Tuesday 17 April 2018

Your Turn at the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

I'll be forever grateful to Conor Maguire for being so determined to get this play on the stage. And for finding the perfect actors to bring it to life. Come one, come all, and let's get this show on the road.


A riotous new comedy makes its premiere at the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival this year. Every parent will know when it’s your turn, it’s your turn, except when it isn’t…

Relationships, stand-up, and how not to dispose of nappies all feature as a couple wake up to the reality of parenthood.

Penned by Gerard Brennan, who co-wrote The Sweety Bottle with his father, Joe, the first play to transfer from The Baby Grand to the main stage at The Grand Opera House.

Doors 7:45pm | Unreserved Seating

Tickets also available from: Visit Belfast | 028 90 246 609
9 Donegall Square North - Open 7 days a Week

Saturday 14 April 2018

Calling All Stars

It's been a wee bit quiet on the review front recently. Yes, I do read them, and yes, I'm still that needy.

If you have a blog, an Amazon or Goodreads account, could you do us a favour (i.e. me, my publishers and mine)?

Take a few minutes to slap a few lines into one of them text boxes. Especially Amazon, as they quite often translate to direct sales.

It doesn't have to be a long review. If you've commented on a Facebook post or sent me an email to tell me how much you enjoyed something I've wrote, just copy and paste, or paraphrase what you've already written.

Or you can say, "He could probably do better!" if you don't feel particularly generous. That'd be grand too.

Here's a link to my (UK) Amazon page to make it even easier for you.

Before you get all, "I fought you was a Mick!" on me, I'm using that link because  I figure that's where most readers find my work online. But I'll take them anywhere I can get them. I like readers from all around the planet.

Yes, I said 'around' the planet. No offence, Flat-Earthers. Pobody's Nerfect.

Thanks in advance, you're a star.