So now for the obligatory Oscar speech. Many thanks to Mr Owen Teale for inviting me to the Q and A and listening to my ramblings with a very kind ear, thanks to Theatre Clwyd, Liverpool Playhouse and Mr Terry Hands for the show, thanks to Liverpool Sound & Vision for bigging up the talk and for the review; thanks to Waterstones ( who, as I worked there twenty years ago, I am contractually obliged, signed in blood, to promote forever, with or without the apostrophe – though seriously, please do support your bookshop, online can never replace that experience! ). And finally a huge heartfelt thanks to the cast of the show for making the weird bloke who turned up last night feel so welcome, you are a genuinely lovely little Town of people, so much so I can even forgive the fact that two of you are Man Utd supporters. Before I make myself vomit by making it appear I’m nice about everyone, I’ll stop. All thanks genuine and heartfelt. Except for the Waterstones one which is only genuine, but also a contractual necessity or I owe them my firstborn.
ps Always nice? ... That Hitler, what a total bastard!