Public Screening Event

Of course this meant that all the little mistakes that occur when making a weekly show with no money suddenly became a matter of inches rather than a few pixels but the audiences were happy to go along with the stories and look past the production values.

The audience was made up of about 30 people (mainly men) who, being British, chuckled quietly at the jokes and politely clapped at the end of each episode as if at a country cricket match.

…Not wanting to sound like naive little fools I didn’t dare mention that it was actually quite fun, nor did I mention the appeal of belonging to what many see as the cultural movement that will define this era.

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