The Scratch Post S1:E3 BEEP, Written by Nick Currie. - Advisory.
Pen and Paper Theatre Podcast
The Scratch Post S1. E3. - BEEP, written by Nick Currie. Featuring Kyle Stead as Barker In this season of our podcast, we're launching The Scratch Post, an online virtual platform that's reframing the usual scratch events and giving us the opportunity to share some of the latest works and creations for the Welsh Arts Scene. In this episode we have BEEP, a harrowing reflection from Barker, who relives a tragic accident, a consequence of his poor adolescent decision. Please be aware BEEP contains strong language that has been dubbed for audial effect and does contain content that some listeners may find upsetting. To find out more about our writer and the artists head over to our website www.PenandPapertheatre.co.uk/TheScratchPost To keep up to date with the latest podcast click FOLLOW. Instagram / Twitter / Facebook Hello@Penandpapertheatre.co.uk www.Penandpapertheatre.co.uk--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/penpapertheatre/message
Nick Currie and I, sit down and have a really fun chat while trying to get invited to a party. We bond over everything from Friendships to Grief. I had such an amazing time with the ever wonderful Nick, if you want you can find him @nicholascurrie on Instagram be sure to follow me on FaceBook and Instagram @BondingWithJettBond and like and subscribe to the podcast
Musician, artist, journalist and ex-blogger Nick Currie, a.k.a Momus
Notebook on Cities and Culture
Colin Marshall talks to Nick Currie, better known as Momus. Since the mid-1980s he has led parallel careers in music (with 21 albums out so far), prose, art and journalism, exploring the nexuses between them while traveling the world and examining his favorite cultures. He has most recently turned toward traditional ink-and-paper publishing with two volumes, The Book of Jokes and The Book of Scotlands. Since 2004, he has written the blog Click Opera on his life, work and art adventures, which he closed on February 10, the eve of his 50th birthday.