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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 140

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, October 31st 2016)

Hello all, and welcome to this TRANSMEDIA edition of the newsletter. We've got events across a RANGE of formats to talk about, so let's get to it!

Sunday 6 November - The Maze, Nottingham
The Validators supporting The Wave Pictures
Tickets HERE:

Sunday 20 November - Moka East, London
Closing down party for this lovely cafe - starts 6.30pm

Thursday 1 December - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic returns with The Boy In The Cupboard, A Little Orchestra, and MJ Hibbett & The Validators!

Check for more information.

On Friday we'll be releasing a video for the song 'Can We Be Friends?'. It's another photo-montage using lovely pictures by Chris Porsz, this time to promote the release of his new book 'Reunions'. You can, of course, also hear the song on 'Still Valid' which is EXTREMELY available, HERE:

It feels like ages since I asked anyone to follow me/us on The Social Media, but this time I have TWO such requests!

Firstly, could you follow us on Spotify please? If we can get it up to 250 followers then they'll let us claim the page and do Exciting Things with it!

Secondly, I've just set up an account on Instagram. If you enjoy shaky pictures of discount railcards, trees and fire drills then this is the social media account for you!

The first of TWO Season Finale podcasts (featuring David Callahan, Steve Lamacq, The Indelicates, Molly Naylor and LOADS more) is available to download right now, right HERE:

The second podcast will be available next week, and then we begin a whole SLEW of new shows on 1 December, with The Boy In The Cupboard, A Little Orchestra, and a long-awaited return to London for The Validators!

The Lost City Writers group has a new play called 'All In The Same Boat' on at The Oxford House Theatre in Bethnal Green, London on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 November. It's about six refugees from different points in history who find themselves on a boat together, and several chunks of the script are written by ME! I think it is RATHER GOOD but you can form your own opinion by coming along to see it - tickets and further details are HERE:

And finally, long-time friend of this parish Mr R Harbron has a new album out with his band Bedford Level Experiment. It's called 'Place Without A Computer' and it's the a) true b) sad story of a young boy growing up in the 1980s obsessed with computers but without one of his own. I highly recommend you have a listen and purchase, right HERE:

And I think that's MORE than enough for this month - thanks for listening and see you next time!



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