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9/6(木)京都西院ウーララ

9/7(金)京都西院ウーララ

9/9(日)広島クラブクアトロ

9/11(火)大分AT HALL

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9/22(土)高円寺グリ-ンアップル

9/23(日)高円寺グリ-ンアップル

9/24(祝)小樽大学(リチャードストレンジソロ)

9/25(火)早稲田ZONE-B

 

 

Wednesday, 5th Nagoya Tsurumai Ripple

Thursday, 6th Kyoto Saiin Ooh La La
Friday, 7th Kyoto Saiin Ooh La La

Sunday, 9th Hiroshima Club Quatro

Tuesday, 11th Oita AT HALL

Wednesday, 12th Hakata UTERO

Friday, 14th Kagoshima WORD UP

Sunday, 16th Hukuoka Bassic

National holiday, 17th Taktoyama Rock Festival

Wednesday, 19th Tokyo Shibuya La mama

Thursday, 20th Nishi-Yokohama El Puente

Saturday, 22nd Tokyo Koenji Green Apple

Sunday, 23rd Tokyo Koenji Green Apple

National holiday, 24th Hokkaido Otaru University (Richard solo)

Tuesday, 25th Tokyo Waseda ZONE-B

 

 
BUSH HALL POSTER
DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE FORTHCOMING TOUR OF MY 1980
POLITICAL FANTASY ALBUM
“THE PHENOMENAL RISE OF RICHARD STRANGE”
“The greatest concept album ever made? Quite so” AllMusic
 *
WITH FULL BAND AND FULL STAGING.
Band includes Steve ‘Boltz’ Bolton (The Who, Paul Young, Atomic Rooster, Scott Walker and many others), Terry Edwards (Gallon Drunk, The Higsons, Tindersticks and PJ Harvey), Atar Shafighian (Jamiroquai), Lily Bud (Sarah Jane Morris, Band of Holy Joy), Andy Gallop (Orlando Seale, Harpo Smith, Fortnight in Florida) and Dan Johnson.
These are going to be shows to remember, I promise you
*
Dates include:
June 3rd VICTORIA PARK, LONDON with Nick Cave, Patti Smith and many others
June 9th BUSH HALL, LONDON
June 12th 02 ACADEMY  LEICESTER with The Psychedelic Furs
June 13th TRAMSHED CARDIFF with The Psychedelic Furs
JUNE 16TH 02 LIVERPOOL with The Psychedelic Furs
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“…No room for error, it’s all been arranged
This is the year of Richard Strange.”STRANGE RWB Button
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FINAL UK TOUR BY DOCTORS OF MADNESS
As many of you know the Doctors of Madness are about undertake our last ever UK tour, at the end of this month.
It will be a celebration tinged with sadness, but as the years roll by, I find I still have many projects making demands on my time,

and the Doctors will probably have to take a back seat, for a while at least

The tour has been arranged by AEG Presents, a great accolade to be represented by the same agency as The Rolling Stones on their latest tour!
I guess they needed us kids to bring the average age of their acts down!
May I humbly ask you to buy tickets and come and say hello and goodbye at these last 7 or 8 gigs that we shall do in our homeland.
I can think of nothing worse than these gigs being poorly attended, and the whole tour resembling a half-deflated ballon after a great party.  We will be playing songs from across all our albums, as well as a couple of new songs.
The gigs are in fabulous venues and I promise you a great evening, wherever you come to see us.
Thank you so much for being such loyal supporters over the last 40 years..it was sometimes tough but I wouldn’t have missed it for a second.
After all, it has only taken the media 40 years to realize that we were
The missing link between David Bowie and The Sex Pistols”  (The Guardian)
Stay well, please come and say hi.
Richard Strange xx
Doctors tour poster
Tickets only from AEGPresents.com

 

STOP PRESS!!!
NB We have added two more gigs to those above:
March 29th: Stockton Georgian Theatre
March 31st: Dubrovnik Lounge Helsinki Finland.
Delighted to announce the re-release of one of my old records, of which I am very proud. GOING GONE (1984) featuring my only hit “Damascus“.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/going-gone-the-expanded-edition/id1208449962
Produced by Dave Allen (The Cure, Sisters of Mercy etc), this was a very happy recording session with some of my favourite songs-
Banco Celestial, Love Scare, The Lion’s Den, Wounded, Fear Is The Engine, Dominoes etc.
Damascus was remixed and sampled many times, and was a big club tune in Germany, France, Benelux and in the USA.
Album artwork by Rene Eyre. My thanks to my friend Jochem Gerrits in Holland for the re-release.
See the Damascus video here:
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Thrilled to announce some dates for the
Doctors of Madness
2018 Spring tour.
Doctors tour poster
We will be previewing new songs
alongside old favourites
http://po.st/DofM17
 
 
“If you have never heard the Doctors of Madness, you should. Musically they are the Velvet Underground, New York Dolls with shades of glam, hippie, prog and punk all rolled into one, yet are still totally original. Vastly underrated, they should have been huge. Pure genius”
Vic Reeves (Comedian and Artist)
 
The Doctors of Madness are “the missing link between David Bowie and The Sex Pistols” (The Guardian May 2017). Exploding onto the music scene in 1975 with their theatrical, William Burroughs-inspired Sci-fi nightmare, they were misunderstood by many, but those who knew understood the importance of the band’s dangerous, uncompromising approach to lyrics, to music and to performance. Among the many fans of the band were acts as diverse as The Damned, Vic Reeves, Joy Division, Joe Elliott of Def Leppard, Spiritualized, Julian Cope, The Adverts, The Skids and Simple Minds. The Sex Pistols supported them, so did The Jam, Penetration and Cabaret Voltaire. They were the first to combine the avant-garde approach of The Velvet Underground with a distinctly European aesthetic. The blue hair, exotic stage-names, the lyrical themes of urban decay, political propaganda, mind control and madness were all taken up by the punk bands who followed in their wake.
 
The Doctors of Madness were trailblazers, pioneers, adventurers…pushing the boundaries of rock music and theatre to see how far it would go before it bust. What happened after them was due, in no small part, to what they achieved in three short years. They may not have been Jesus Christ, but they were, arguably, John The Baptist!!!
 
Frontman, singer and songwriter Richard “Kid” Strange went on to make solo albums, open clubs, write a memoir, curate art events and act in dozens of films and TV programmes including Batman, Robin Hood, Gangs of New York, Harry Potter, Mona Lisa and Men Behaving Badly. He also worked on projects with artists as diverse as Tom Waits, Gavin Bryars, Marianne Faithfull, Damon Albarn and Jarvis Cocker.
 
40 years after the band broke up, in 1978, they are back with an incendiary energy and a passionate fury that would be the envy of many bands just starting out. Their songs are political, tender, and genuinely edgy, complex but forthright, melodic and epic, and their live shows have been critically acclaimed in the UK, in France, in Belgium, in Germany, in Scandinavia and in Japan.
 
Their 3 albums have recently been remastered, repackaged and rereleased in a handsome boxed set, “Perfect Past- The Complete Doctors of Madness” by Cherry Red Records, and have been discovered by a whole new generation of music lovers. The reviews have been unanimously ecstatic, from Jools Holland, through the Daily Mirror, The Guardian, Gonzo Weekly and Vive Le Rock, the music media is agreed on the importance, both historical and contemporary, of this seminal band. The Doctors of Madness will undertake a UK tour in March 2018, promoted by the UK’s leading promoter AEG Presents.
 
 
 
What they have said about Richard “Kid” Strange and The Doctors of Madness
 
 
“The Doctors of Madness were the best! Blue hair, sequinned eyelids, a guitar that spelled out “KID”, space-age vaudeville that tipped this 16-year old kid over the edge! One of the most original songwriters & performers of my generation.”
Joe Elliott (Def Leppard)
 
“18 years after first meeting him, just thinking about Richard still reduces me to a state of near hysteria…and terror. He restores one’s faith in the ability of the human spirit to soar.”
James Nesbitt (Actor)
 
“Absolute GENIUS. As reunions go, for me this eclipses the Velvet Underground in 1993”.
Atilla The Stockbroker
 
“In my Version of Rock History, Richard “Kid” Strange looms a lot larger than Pete Townsend”
Paul Morley (Journalist and Broadcaster)
 
“When Ziggy shagged all of Amon Duul 2 at the Berlin premiere of “A Clockwork Orange”, their divine progeny was undoubtedly Richard “Kid” Strange and The Doctors of Madness.’
Julian Cope (The Teardrop Explodes)
 
“The Doctors of Madness- now THERE was a band!”
Jim Kerr (Simple Minds)
 
 
 
Tickets here:
https://www.axs.com/uk/series/5563/doctors-of-madness-tickets?skin=aegpresentsuk
My heartfelt thanks who came to my solo shows this month in Coimbra, Hull, Manchester, Derby, Leicester and London  Your comments were so generous and kind.    I shall be doing more solo shows in the
New Year

 

Comments on Richard Strange solo show Autumn 2017.

“Surely no other artist, living or dead, can count among his collaborators WILLIAM BURROUGHS, FRANK ZAPPA, GAVIN BRYARS, JARVIS COCKER, DAMON ALBARN, CRISTINA, GAVIN TURK, ROBERT WILSON, HARMONY KORINE, DEF LEPPARD, SARAH JANE MORRIS and PETER CAPALDI. What an amazing life. Thank you for sharing it with us in your show”

 

“Great night … and that Alone Again Or moment was pure magic …”

 

Richard Strange’s one man show was a glimpse into a life of art rock and movie madness – and this was just Part One! The Musician crowd were captivated and I have to say it’s the most I have laughed at anything in a long time. Lilybud Dearsley joined him on some Doctors Of Madness classics and a superb new song (‘This Is How To Die’) that got its world debut…a true highlight of an otherwise mostly burned out 2017..”


“I thought it was brilliant and everyone I have spoken to was smitten.”

 

“You were bloody great Richard, not an ounce of ego. You’re a rare beast.”

 

“Cheers Richard it was an absolute joy. You were fantastic and it was a great night. Can’t wait to see you next with the Doctors”

 

“He is so lovely! For those who aren’t familiar, Richard Strange was the lead singer of the band Doctors of Madness, which was one of the original British punk rock bands that, you know, started that whole punk rock revolution thing. He is also an actor, appearing in several movies and TV dramas, Men Behaving Badly(with Martin Clunes) and, a lot of you will remember him (even though he was wearing a hood that covered his face)as The Executioner in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves (he dribbles spit on Christian Slater’s head and gets Kevin Costner’s arrow in the forehead. He got to keep that arrow, by the way. He says he bores small children with it now). Most of all, he is a very lovely man. It was a pleasure to meet him and an absolute honour to share a stage with him.”


“This is sold out! Looking forward to a fabulous night with the Mr Richard Strange! 5 tickets on the door message me if you want one held back”.

 

“Soundcheck for tonight’s show at The Musician Leicester with Richard Strange and Lilybud Dearsley – sounding brilliant! Come along if you can… it’s going to be a very special evening..”

 

“Now I’m feeling jealous!”

 

“So glad you are getting the success you deserve. It has been very interesting following your musical journey.”


“Richard Strange’s Doctors Of Madness were amongst the first bands I saw, they were out there, a dramatic British beat generation band, most influential.  I had no idea what amazing adventures had befallen him since then until this week at his fabulous show at Kardomah94. His evening of thick and fast tales, dotted with songs, readings and video snippets was enlightening, funny and even horrifying. I loved it – it’s still all sinking in, a hugely entertaining night.”

 

“It was absolutely brilliant!”

 

“Marie & Joe was lovely!! Wish I’d filmed it”

 

“What an enjoyable night- yes, you must do it again there!”

 

“Everything worked so well”

 

” I could’ve listened all night !!”

 

“My new favourite person…love him x”

 

“Excellent bloke!”

 

“Fascinating man!”


“Brilliant night, really interesting and entertaining”

 

“Riveting stuff so many references to my youth…and the genuine article!”

 

“Thanks Johnny and Lisa. Another splendid evening.”

 

“I can’t wait for the next instalment of Richard Strange’s “An Accent Waiting To Happen”. Brilliant stuff!!”

 

“Fantastic evening. Enjoyed every minute. Can’t wait for part 2….. ”

 

“It was a pleasure. I’ll definitely be back for Part 2!”

 

 

RICHARD STRANGE SOLO TOUR

RS-one man show

“An Accent Waiting To Happen”

A collection of songs, stories, reading, film clips and downright scurrilous gossip, from a man who has been a major cultural influence in Britain since 1975. A man who, uniquely, has worked as a musician, performance artist, composer, writer, actor, curator and educator.

Feedback so far:

Surely no other artist, living or dead, can count among his collaborators WILLIAM BURROUGHS, FRANK ZAPPA, GAVIN BRYARS, JARVIS COCKER, DAMON ALBARN, CRISTINA, GAVIN TURK, ROBERT WILSON, HARMONY KORINE, DEF LEPPARD, SARAH JANE MORRIS and PETER CAPALDI. What an amazing life, Richard. Thank you for sharing it with us in your show”

“Great night … and that Alone Again Or moment was pure magic …”

“I thought it was brilliant and everyone I have spoken to was smitten.”

“Now I’m feeling jealous!”

“Marie & Joe was lovely!! Wish I’d filmed it”

“What an enjoyable night- yes, you must do it again there!”

“Everything worked so well”

” I could’ve listened all night .!!”

DATES

November 18th COIMBRA (Portugal) Salão Brazil

November 22nd HULL Kardomah 94

https://www.hullboxoffice.com/events/richard-strange-of-the-doctors-of-madness

November 23rd MANCHESTER  Castle Hotel

www.wegottickets.com

November 25th DERBY Kunst Gallery

Tickets on the door

November 28th LEICESTER Musician*

https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/richard-strange-the-musician-tickets/7805385

November 29th LONDON Vout-O-Reenees*

www.richardstrange.com/mail-order

 

*With support from the wonderful golden-voiced Lily Bud.

 

“In my Version of Rock History, Richard Strange looms a lot larger than Pete Townsend”
Paul Morley

“18 years after first meeting him, just thinking about Richard still reduces me to a state of near hysteria…and terror. He restores one’s faith in the ability of the human spirit to soar.”
James Nesbitt

 

“Strange must surely be the funniest man in London…It is impossible to spend any time within his looming majesty without being engulfed in gales of health-inducing mirth and a sense of fraternal bohemian bonhomie long lost to our crassly commercial times.”
Adrian Dannatt

 

“If you have never heard (Richard Strange’s band) the Doctors of Madness, you should. Musically they are the Velvet Underground, New York Dolls with shades of glam, hippie, prog and punk all rolled into one, yet are still totally original. Vastly underrated, they should have been huge. Pure genius”
Vic Reeves

 

“When Ziggy shagged all of Amon Duul 2 at the Berlin premiere of “A Clockwork Orange”, their divine progeny was undoubtedly Richard “Kid” Strange”
Julian Cope

 

“Strange is perhaps the only figure alive who has traversed so many art, performance and music movements. He can really understand the complex interplay between the elements of glamour, trash, provocation and outrage within British culture for the last 30 years. This book is the least academic, but most intelligent and entertaining analysis one could hope to read of a very specific London milieu, whose ramifications and rewards extend across the Western world.”
The Art Newspaper

“A seminal figure at the crossroads of art, music, film and counter-culture”
The Independent

“hilarious romp through the last 30 years of Pop Culture, as charming and amusing as the man himself”
Esquire

“This extraordinary memoir is gloriously indiscreet”
Time Out

“Strange is a cultured, gregarious chap who moves through London’s gilded salons observing his peers’ foibles. He observes the glitterati with a witty eye.”
Mojo

“What a life!”
Robert Elms

“An extraordinary memoir of an extraordinary life”
Jools Holland

“A good read. Wonderfully funny and well written.”
George Melly

“A fantastic read. Wit and truth writ large.”
Peter Curran

“The Doctors of Madness were the best! Blue hair, sequinned eyelids, a guitar that spelled out “KID”, space-age vaudeville that tipped this 16-year old kid over the edge! One of the most original songwriters & performers of my generation.”
Joe Elliott (Def Leppard)

“Richard Strange is a diamond geezer”
Shane McGowan

“Richard is the best gargoyle in town”
Sam Taylor-Wood

“Richard Strange can do most things with a maniacal twist, and most cleverly, with unmatched originality: he can sing, write songs, he can act, he can show off like a six year old and he has the most dangerous sense of hilarity, sustainable in moments of deepest solemnity.”
James Fox (White Mischief, Keith Richards etc)

Only London show this year
Vout-O-Reenees
The Crypt Below the Church
30 Prescot Street
London E1 8BB

RS2STOP PRESS : A date for your diaries.

Delighted and excited to announce SOHO RISING -THE MUSES INVADE MANETTE STREET, a unique one-off performance by Urban Blitz and myself of a selection of Doctors of Madness songs “unplugged”, with the participation of my favourite poet Jeremy Reed and Ginger Light, and the golden voice of Lily Bud.

The show will take place at London’s loveliest venue, The House of St Barnabas, Greek Street, Soho on Tuesday 3rd October from 7.30. Tickets are very limited (fewer than 100) due to the intimate nature of the chapel, so they will be on as first come, first served basis.

I am very much looking forward to returning to HoSB for the first time since I interviewed Marc Almond there as part of my A Mighty Big If series of talks a couple of years ago.

In keeping with Doctors of Madness policy of pegging admission fees for our shows at realistic prices, the tickets will be just £10.00.

Hoping to see many of our friends and fans there for this unique occasion. Please book early to avoid disappointment from http://bit.ly/SohoRising

 

LATEST:  SEE REVIEW OF THIS GIG IN GONZO WEEKLY ISSUE 255/6 PP 77-81  

http://www.gonzoweekly.com/

 

 

Richard Strange will be performing in various places and

in various formats over the next 3 months.

SATURDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 7.30  THE NORWICH ARTS CENTRE, NORWICH

NOIRWICH: Anybody anywhere near Norwich should go and witness this spectacle on Saturday 16th September. Introduced by Queen of Noir author Cathi Unsworth and with James Johnston and Terry Edwards of Gallon Drunk, PJ Harvey etc etc providing the musical backing, it’ll be as unnerving as hell. Richard Strange narrates.

TUESDAY 3RD OCTOBER  THE HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS, SOHO, LONDON

SOHO RISING- THE MUSES INVADE MANETTE STREET.

RICHARD AND URBAN BLITZ PLAY A SELECTION OF DOCTORS OF MADNESS SONGS UNPLUGGED, WITH JEREMY REED, GINGER LIGHT AND LILY BUD

(tickets from http://bit.ly/SohoRising)

SATURDAY 18TH NOVEMBER      SALÃO BRASIL, COIMBRA ,PORTUGAL

WEDNESDAY 22ND NOVEMBER    KARDOMAH, HULL

THURSDAY 23RD NOVEMBER      THE CASTLE INN, MANCHESTER

SATURDAY 25TH NOVEMBER    KUNST GALLERY, BELPER, DERBY

TUESDAY 28TH NOVEMBER   THE MUSICIAN, LEICESTER

RICHARD PERFORMS HIS ONE MAN SHOW, “AN ACCENT WAITING TO HAPPEN”, FEATURING SONGS, STORIES, FILM CLIPS AD READINGS FROM HIS MEMOIRS 

(tickets £9.00 https://www.wegottickets.com/event/409994)

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“18 years after first meeting him, just thinking about Richard still reduces me to a state of near hysteria…and terror.  He restores one’s faith in the ability of the human spirit to soar.”

James Nesbitt

“In my version of Rock History, the name Richard Strange figures much larger than Pete Townshend”

Paul Morley

“Strange must surely be the funniest man in London…It is impossible to spend any time within his looming majesty without being engulfed in gales of health-inducing mirth and a sense of fraternal bohemian bonhomie long lost to our crassly commercial times.”

Adrian Dannatt, The Art Newspaper

THERE WILL ALSO BE A DOCTORS OF MADNESS

UK AND EUROPEAN TOUR IN MARCH 2018.

Richard Strange and the Doctors of Madness take to the road in May and June 2017 for a string of live dates, celebrating the release by Cherry Red Records of “Perfect Past- The Complete Doctors of Madness” a 3 x CD complete works, with extra bonus tracks, demos and live recordings by the band..

This is the band’s first UK tour since 1978!

The press has been phenomenal, and Richard has appeared on Jools Holland’s Radio 2 Doctors of Madness Special (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08pvvll)

and on Robert Elms’s Listed Londoner on BBC Radio London (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p051ngl3),

alongside appearances on Resonance FM, Portobello Radio, Soho Radio, Harborough Radio, Radio Scarborough and Planet Rock.

The Guardian did a two page feature on the band, calling them “The Missing Link between David Bowie and the Sex Pistols”.

(https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/may/19/doctors-of-madness-punk)

Their sell out gig at The Lexington, London last week was testament to the power, potency and relevance of their music, 40 years on

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Full list of dates below. Please come and say Hi.

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This Spring/Summer Richard will be on the Programming Committees of a couple of exciting events-

The Portobello Live! Music and Performance Festival in London’s Notting Hill,

on Sunday May 1st and Monday May 2nd

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The Art Car Boot Fair, Brick Lane, London. Sunday June 12th

https://www.facebook.com/TheArtCarBootFair/?fref=ts

The Art Car Boot Fair, Hastings. Opposite The Jerwood Art Gallery Space. Saturday July 16th

Latest news on the William Burroughs Film

The WILLIAM BURROUGHS/DOCTORS OF MADNESS FILM

A few stills from the film

Doctors Joe and Richard Always back to Paris

Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott sings with The Doctors of Madness

 

Jeremy Reed Burroughs harpist 10

Bjork and Peter Docherty’s favourite poet Jeremy Reed

Coulter and Rochford 11

David Coulter and Seb Rochford

 

Burroughs Gun 5

Richard Durden as William Burroughs in the

Richard Strange/Gavin Bryar’s cantata 

LANGUAGE IS A VIRUS FROM OUTER SPACE

It’s time to start editing the film of LANGUAGE IS A VIRUS FROM OUTER SPACE  the William Burroughs event I curated at Queen Elizabteh Hall, London to commemorate the writer’s centenary.  With director/writer/producer Neville Farmer and editor David Lewis now onboard, I have two extraordinarily gifted and experienced film people…our editor David Lewis was the long time go-to editor for the late Derek Jarman  and Neville has worked extensively in both TV and music.

I was lucky enough to work with Tom Waits, Marianne Faithfull and Robert Wilson on the stage musical The Black Rider a couple of years back, in London, Los Angeles, Sydney and San Francisco, and this film is a companion piece to that wonderful experience. As an actor I have worked with directors as diverse as Tim Burton, Martin Scorsese, Harmony Korine and Sally Potter, and my 1970s band Doctors of Madness has been cited by artists  from The Sex Pistols and Simple Minds to Spiritualized and Julian Cope as being a huge influence. I have also been invited to curate art evnts for The Tate Gallery and The International Festival of Live Art…So you will understand that I am here for the long haul!

I am very excited and inspired by the wonderful contributions I had to LANGUAGE IS A VIRUS FROM OUTER SPACE   –my collaborators included Gavin Bryars, Gavin Turk, Sarah Jane Morris, Rupert Thomson, Luca Silvestrini, Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, The Doctors of Madness, Seb Rochford, Kate St John, Anni Hogan, David Coulter, Terry Edwards, Jeremy Reed and Ginger Light, Bill Nelson, Haroon Mirza, Raf and O, Lloyd Owen, Jamie Lynne Griffiths and many many others.

An interview to give you some background to the event can be found here:

http://dontdoitmag.co.uk/2014/10/2077/#more-2077

We need some money, (not a ridiculous amount…less than $10,000, some of which I already have in place), to complete the project to broadcast and cinema release standard. All the filming is done, and the footage looks amazing. It is just an editing job from here.

We are hoping the finished film will be offered to TV Arts programmers, Cinema and theatre release as well as DVD.

If you are able to help, please get in touch here

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/language-is-a-virus-from-outer-space-a-cut-up–2/x/8119640#/

We can offer credits/deals/rewards etc.

Many thanks


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