Here Today

Written and performed by Jo Bousfield and Marcus Moore, Here Today includes all the things they like best: theatrical invention; daft dialogue; philosophical chit-chat; making things up as they go along; good live music; small venues with food and drink; poetry, prose, fun, frolics, and the occasional filth.

It’s where Two Ronnies meets The Moral Maze meets I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue meets going to the pub.

Here Today is presented on the 1st day of each month. Gig highlights can be found on the following pages:

Gig the First: 1st September 2013

Gig the Second: 1st October 2013

Gig the Third: 1st November 2103

Gig the Fourth: 1st December 2013

Gig the Fifth: 1st January 2014

Gig the Sixth: 1st February 2104

Gig the Seventh: 1st March 2014

Gig the Eighth: 1st April 2014

For those of you on Facebook, we have Here Today event and ‘open group’ pages. Feel free to add comments, ask questions, take the piss, and make suggestions about future material and possible venues. https://www.facebook.com/groups/298782596932325/

Here Todaybboard here

2 Responses to Here Today

  1. Here today… gone forever? Where are you nowadays, journeyman? Have you given up this blog altogether? If you have died (lets hope not), please excuse my question and promise not to haunt me,

    • marcusmoore says:

      I have retired, Alan, and am spending more time with my grandchildren. The blog was fun while it lasted – and, who knows, I may even return to it one day… but since also giving up smoking (phew; about time too) the Muse has wandered off to nag other, more disciplined, writers.
      All the best to you and yours :)

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