Monday, 2 November 2015

Prospective Mondays

Now you've wiped off the fake blood and makeup from Saturday night and put the Patrick Bateman / Netflix and chill / nurse / mutilated cheerleader outfit away, what can you look forward to this week? What's happening that's a little less dead / slutty / ridiculous looking?

National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is under way. If you fancy writing a 50,000 word novel, now is the best time: So are thousands of other people. The site will give you all the support you need. I'm working on redrafting a screenplay this month, which is a fair bit shorter, but needs plenty of redrafting. I'd start now though, if I were you!

If you fancy getting a close-up look at some of the puppets from TV show The Clangers and Sci-Fi comedy Mars Attacks!, then get yourself down to The Waterside Arts Centre in Sale. Puppet Masters runs until 27th February. Great for the young'uns, especially the millions of Bob the Builder fans out there.

Tonight, Young Professionals in Manchester are off into town to watch Tim Burton classic horror comedy Beetlejuice.

Guillem Balage, author of the new Christiano Ronaldo biography, is signing copies in Waterstones Deansgate midday Thursday.

I'll be in celebrity hotspot Club LIV this Saturday. Great music, stunning clientele. Worth a look.

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