Summary of Dec 2015 –
In December I had to find myself some day time freelance writing work. Thankfully I found about a couple of weeks worth. I also secured a contract for the whole of Jan which will (hopefully) pay off a lot of the festival bills I’ve picked up this month.
I also went out and saw friends more. I needed some time off to write jokes but also live as I have become fairly work focused which wasn’t massively healthy.
Booking gigs in 2016 proved a pain in the ass as everyone took off the month (as expected) but I managed to grab a load of promoters just before their annual leave.
Gig breakdown –
|Date||Gig Name||Position||Other info||Daily Blog|
|3rd||Oxford, Jerico Cafe||Middle||Unpaid. Charity Gig. (Dinner / drinks included)|
|8th||Comedy at the Crown||Open Spot||Unpaid|
|9th||Sara CywinskiJessie Botterill||Podcast Recordings|
|12th||Cancelled – Gig||Cancelled – Gig|
|13th||Cywinski – How to get your comedy / humour book noticed, sold and published by eBury Random House.|
|14th||Ally Wilson||Podcast Recording.|
|17th||The Laughing Bishop||Opening||Unpaid|
|27th||Jessie Botterill – Literary Agent at Janklow & Nesbit Podcast|
|29th||Fat After Christmas||Opening||Unpaid (free drinks)|
|30th||Adam Larter Podcast||Recording interview|
Future prep –
|How many future gigs did you book?||8|
|How many future podcast guests did you book?||5|
Podcasts made / released –
|EP 36||Sara Cywinski – How to get your comedy / humour book noticed, sold and published by eBury Random House.||13th Dec 2015|
|EP 37||Jessie Botterill – Literary Agent at Janklow & Nesbit||27th Dec 2015|
Other Projects –
- Booked my biggest solo show to date at the Comedy Cafe (26th Jan 2016 – see event here. It’s Free!)
- Paid off the Brighton Fringe in time for the early bird special.
- Researched the Bristol Fringe Festival.
- Got started (finally) on the Edinburgh Fringe venue mapping project… see it here.
- Booked into the Brighton Fringe [Fringe Report here]