Join tip of the heap people's comedian Sean Morley on a journey into the centre of a thought. A number of years ago I had a dream in which I was incapable of coming to terms with my own life in its final moments. I'm writing in first person now. It's me, Sean Morley, I've been here all along.
Last year I did a show with a very long name, it was about Bones and Power. Everyone I invited to review it gave it four stars, except for The Skinny who called it a "baffling comedy experiment". It was listed by The Scotsman, 2Northdown and Time Out as one of the best shows of the Fringe. I was also nominated for a Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality, but don't hold that against me - you can't dodge these things, you just find out in an email.
I feel like everyone has a lot of accolades to their name. I'd much prefer if you came for some other reason. Ideally, the description has felt good to you - like there was a person on the other end of it. There is. It's me, Sean Morley. I've been here all along. I'm waiting for you.