Monologue Reading plus music from Cam Butler and Dyko

I will reading some monologues of recent, and not so recent work, on Friday August 16th at Long Play (318 St Georges Rd, North Fitzroy). The night features Melbourne/Berlin electronic artist DYKO and the electric solo guitar of Cam Butler (Ron S Peno and The Superstitions. Tickets are $10 on the door. Doors open at 8pm and the night will finish around 10pm.

Mentone RSL show on Saturday April 4th

Asset 5Dahlin! It’s The Jeanne Little show returns to the bayside suburbs for a special event on Saturday April 14th at the Mentone RSL. Special guest on the night is Issi Dye who will be singing classics for dancing after the Jeanne show. Tickets are on the door on the night. Bookings recommended.

The Truth is Longer Than a Lie – upcoming performances

The Truth is Longer Than a Lie plays at Dandenong Hospital on Tues Oct 2 @ 12.30pm and Wed Oct 3 @ 1pm at the Frankston Arts Centre. Both events are free and followed by community forums.

The play then travels for a series of regional dates in November.

Tues Nov 27 – Warrnambool

Wed Nov 28 – Wangaratta

Thurs Nov 29 – Bendigo

Friday Nov 30 – Shepparton and Seymour

Wed Dec 5 – Ballarat

Mon Dec 10 – Ringwood

All venues and times will be posted shortly.Monash Kieran Carroll Play-141594

Sons of Sun returns to Sydney Opera House, Fri September 7th and Saturday September 8th

Sons of Sun returns to the Sydney Opera House for two big shows following on from the two great ones there late last year. The show is on the lookout for a producer to work with us in 2019 and beyond and to take the show further across Australia and overseas.

Below are all the details for the upcoming shows. Producer enquiries can be directed to me on 0429235751 or

NEWK! (The John Newcombe Story) debuts at The Butterfly Club in Jan 2019

It’s a lengthy story. I began researching the life of John Newcombe and the worlds of 1960s and 1970s professional tennis way back in 2011. By 2013, I had a two-act play for four actors beginning with Newk in the early 1960s and working through to his life just before turning seventy in 2013. This version of the plays remains unproduced although I remain hopeful that one day it may see the light of day. In 2015, I began working on a much cheaper to stage one-man adaptation of the original script. Set in 2014, at Newk’s 70th birthday, this version will have its debut during the first week of the Australian Open in 2019 – Mon Jan 14 to Sat Jan 19. Newk will be played by three time Barry Award nominee, Damian Callinan. It’s a project I’m really looking forward to working on. Stay tuned for more details.