If you enjoyed the recent performance of "The God Particle" Play, here is your chance to meet the author!
James Cary will be interviewed briefly about his work as a comedy writer and why he wrote "The God Particle" Play, as well as the forthcoming "A Monk's Tale: Relics, Revolt & Reformation".
Intriguingly, he will end by inviting us to consider: "Is your life a movie or a sitcom?"
Light refreshments will be served and there will be plenty of time to chat with Jam.
About James Cary
James Cary is a comedy writer for BBC TV and Radio. He co-created and co-wrote Bluestone 42 for BBC3 with Richard Hurst. He met Richard working on series 1 & 2 of BBC's award-winning sitcom, Miranda. He also co-wrote Miranda Hart's Jokeshop for BBC Radio 2. James has also written episodes of My Hero and My Family for BBC1. His radio credits include three series of Hut 33, four series of Think the Unthinkable, and sketch show, Concrete Cow. He has also co-written Another Case of Milton Jones with, er, Milton Jones for BBC Radio 4. He wrote and directed "The God Particle" Play a romantic comedy exploring the meaning of faith, knowledge, love and the importance of keeping an open mind. It toured the UK several times and was performed in Chelmsford last October. His forthcoming play "A Monk's Tale: Relics, Revolt & Reformation" is a comedy about Martin Luther, the 95 Theses and what that means for us today; it will tour the UK in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, and will arrive in Chelmsford on November 10th.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Our venue is the Chelmsford Presbyterian Church, which is on the corner of Hall St. and Roman Rd. See a map here.
Your best bet for parking is Parkway Car park, a very short walk from the venue. At the South-West corner of the car park, there are some steps up onto a side-street. At the end of that turn left onto Hall St., and the building is on your right opposite O'Connor's pub.
Parkway is also served by local buses.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, do just come.