|It had its moments.|
|Gives a whole new meaning to 'NHS cuts'.|
Also available is Chief Surgeon Mal Practeeeece's Theatre of Horror, a portmanteau collection containing three blackly comic radio plays by Stephen Michael Lowe, Iain Mackness and myself. My contribution is called Hood Rats, in which Wayne, a young burglar, gets rather more than he bargained for when he breaks into the home of retired surgeon Mr Ponsonby. For a free sample, click here.
Also, I had some fun acting, too. In Map and Steads I played Stan, an unfrocked devil, not to mention a student called Hugh, and even got to sing some folk songs in the final M&S play, Wedding Bell Blues. In addition, I got to play the title role in Richard Delafield's plays Ratty #1: Enter The Rat and Ratty #2: Manimal Rising (I tried to persuade them to call it Ratty Twoey, but it was no go...)
|Ratty was a drunken, gluttonous lecher. No idea why they cast me.|