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  • Writer's pictureGeorge Morris

See Me Live in London!

I'm taking a break from talking about films this week to talk about...myself talking about films.

Whilst I'm still unemployed I have been keeping myself busy by continuing to write for Cineccentric and Teleccentric. As it's the season of scares the team over at Cineccentric are also continuing the tradition of the '31 Days of Frights' - a different exploration of a classic or contemporary horror film every single day of October. I myself have three frights coming up throughout the month alongside some other reviews, and I've even managed to snag the article on Halloween itself where I get to talk about Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

Outside of film and television articles, I'm more than happy to announce that I've been asked to perform a piece written by me at The Pleasance Theatre, London as part of the annual London Horror Festival! The festival starts on the evening of the 8th October and runs through to the beginning of November. It's filled with brilliant professional productions from dozens of different theatre groups and performers, including Nicholas Vince (from Hellraiser and Nightbreed!).

I'll be performing a piece entitled 'Her' as part of Blackshaw Theatre's Fifth Annual Scare Slam - an evening of terrifying stories and short performances from storytellers from across the country. It's one of the more laid-back events of the festival, a bit like spoken word but spooky. I'm part of a ten-piece lineup taking the stage at The Pleasance Theatre, Islington, London on Friday October 11th. The show begins at 9:30pm.

The show will also be made available as a free online podcast afterwards alongside photos from the event, so I'll be sure to include 'Her' on the website as soon as possible.

You can grab tickets HERE

I'm excited to be a part of something so close to the heart of horror, and the opportunity to get my name out there further helps tenfold too. Until more people take a chance on me however, I'll just keep doing what I do...

If you have a certain show or film or text you'd be interested in hearing my thoughts on, or if you'd be interested in contacting me about potential writing work then give me an email at I'd love to hear what you think. I'd also be extremely grateful.

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