You just can’t keep a good woman down

Especially if she’s Dame June Bloom, “Australia’s favourite ukulele playing Shakespearean grandma”!

After the success of our mini-tour to Scotland last month, we’ve been offered a spot at the cornerHOUSE Theatre, Surbiton in Surrey, on 23rd November.

Here’s what our Scottish audiences thought:

Edinburgh, 21st September…

“Congratulations, Flloyd on your great show in Edinburgh. Such a fine variety of voices packed into one hour of pure entertainment! ”

Westruther, Scottish Borders, on 20th September…


“U know when you’ve been ‘uked’ – straight to the quick and straight from the heart – incisive, heartfelt, and tingly fun.”

“It was a great night and we really enjoyed ourselves – power to your elbow””Very enlightening”

“Great show – good variety”

‘Very entertaining – lots of variety to the show – it made me both laugh and cry and was very honest too. Would highly recommend Yes! Because… to anyone with a love of music, Shakespeare or the brutal honesty of life in general.’


‘Really interesting and quite exhilarating’

‘very intelligent & knowledgeable workshop leader’

So join us in Surbiton, for another episode in the June Bloom saga – I mean adventure!

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Another Moment

Dame June has escaped!  She was last spotted in Liverpool, in disguise, but a fan recognised her and sent in some video of her performing at an Open Mic session in the Baltic Triangle.


On the Campaign Trail

The publicity campaign, that is.  Always a challenge, so here is my latest version of a quick promo image to shoot out on social media. Click on the image for more information and Box Office.


And I’d like to re-acknowledge my gratitude to the gorgeous Barb Lowing for the photography, the fabulous Emma Moubarak of Oblong+Son for the image design, and #UnitedSolo for the gig.