This was the actor's view from behind the mic at Watford Palace theatre last Friday night where the show played its biggest venue so far.
We didn't quite fill all 607 seats, but well into three figures turned out and gave the show a standing ovation at the curtain.
Alex B, Alex P and Becky were on call, alongside a new cast member making her Is Everyone OK? debut - Becci Gemmell. Becci recently starred in Penelope Skinner's hit monologue F**KED at The Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh, and in the BBC Drama LAND GIRLS.
Meanwhile, Phoebe was on stage at The Bush in 2ND MAY 1997.
Huge thanks to everyone at Watford Palace for having us, and everyone in the audience for coming along and giving the show such a warm reception.
There was a lovely feature in The Watford Observer too. Journalist Melanie Dakin saw the show at Latitude and thought it was "almost heart-stoppingly beautiful", which we're delighted to hear.
She interviewed Joel in advance of the Watford show, and asked him what inspired the plays:
“All three pieces are born out of the soul destroying world of temping in the city. I guess part of the reason I started writing was because it was during these crappy jobs, normally mid-morning, when it’s raining and an aeroplane is flying somewhere overhead, that I’d get hit by that realisation that things weren’t going to plan. These plays are my reaction to that moment when you accidentally start asking yourself all of the awkward questions you’d been staving off with nights out and shallow relationships.”
You can read the full article here.
There's lots of video footage from Scarborough and Watford to follow too whene we get round to editing out the defamatory bits.