(Scroll down to buy).
Happy new year everyone xx
The Stealth Aspies show is coming in 2017.
An ensemble piece based on the two surveys below. Want to contribute?
It will be the third year of the Guerilla Aspies show, which you can ask me to come perform anywhere (No really. Try me? From your bathroom to the Royal Albert Hall. It can be done).
May you all be happy, well, content, channelling your energies in the right directions and relatively able to handle overstimulation. May you be able to create the right internal conditions via external ones and daily practices and habits. 🙂
Available from all bizarre and occult bookshops, such as Watkins in Charing Cross (really), and all the other ones I could find that take work like mine. Just have a nose around. Best one was News From Nowhere in Liverpool. So proud to get one in there. 🙂
You can buy signed editions from my Ebay with a free badge here:
Signed Paperback with a free badge.
Or upon the mighty Amazon, again with a badge and signed by me:
Signed book with badge upon Amazon
Or just buy badges:
SO…YOU COME SEEKING THE LIVE SHOW?
THE PERFORMANCE THAT CHANGES THE VERY SOULS OF IT’S AUDIENCE INTO AUTISTICS?
Have a look a the YouTube links below then?
First 15 minutes of the show in the Cockpit theatre 2015 – Edinburgh Fringe 2015 – Edinburgh Fringe 2016
Do not be afraid gentle seeker. You merely have to place your pointer upon the images above
and you will be transported to a magical land of performances.
“WELL HELLO SAILOR…”
Lots more on my channel.
DOWNLOAD THESE IMAGES?
(I don’t know? They have me in them and publicise the show this year?)
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2003-2008 THE PAUL WADY EXPERIENCE band.
I was in the Guardian.
Well of course I was in The Guardian? This explains how I got diagnosed at the age of 41.
The kinda company I keep.
I am very proud of this image.
Dr Wenn Lawson, yours truly, Dr Dinah Murray and Steve Silberman, author of Neurotribes. We had a great evening discussing Steve’s important and historic book in NAS headquarters.
Buy this book immediately. 🙂
This is a better blog than mine.
For some really wonderfully well written experiences of being autistic,
this is one of many people doing a great job of it.
This fine young man has done very well too? Great films and writing.
(Always trust a man who owns a dog).