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Here’s a place you can leave random comments about stuff that you feel isn’t particularly related to the News. Maybe you just want to say hi. Maybe you want to critique a piece of my work. Maybe you want to ask me where I live and come and bring me cookies. Whatever. Stick it in the box down below.

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Lilli on Tuesday, 26 July 2016

I heard you're coming home, Tim😀

Chris on Sunday, 24 July 2016

I saw one of the previews of Groundhog Day on Friday. Tim, this musical is a work of art. The set and performances were fantastic too: I can't imagine any way it could have been better. As much as I love Matilda, I think I have a new favourite show... I just hope it returns to London next year! (I'll be seeing it again in the meantime, of course)

Mac Greer on Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Tim, disappointed you appointed ticketmaster – I know what will happen – at presale all the good tickets will already be gone, but “surprise, surprise”, they will be available on “ticketmaster resale”, their very own scalping site. Sorry, would have loved to come

Danielle on Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Just a little thank you for today's spectacular play school story. My 4 year old son has been playing bunyips at Kinder today and made himself a bunyip costume to scare the family. "What am I?" He's currently re-watching it again for his bedtime story. New generation of fans coming your way!

General Malaise on Monday, 11 July 2016

Please for the love of (whatever one's concept may be of) --, I understand you live in Los Angeles now and here I sit outside the formerly Great Western Forum having willingly subjugated myself to Louis CK, this is a birthday present litmus test like if you live in Los Angeles for anything of time you really ought to watch The Loved One if you already haven't... And nothing coming out of this big bald man's mouth I find humourous becausr I just can't relate... And I know you did a show at the Ebell, and I am a freelance writer but my main outlet turned into a pile of doo doo, like "top twenty boobies at Burning Man" slideshows versus... Ugh... Spittle and bitterness and disdain for humanity and populism and settling and at least this initials guy had a bit about suicide... Sorry to muck up your wall but this is a quandry, I tried to be the bigger man even tho I'm the gal but not funny is just not funny and if I couldn't be honest I'd be in advertising and rich which I could have done but no instead I find myself happy talking to 85 year Gnostic bishops and homeless schizophrenics and try to find the meaning of it all and... Christ, sorry, you're the funniest homo sapien since Bill Hicks and... I should probably change my email as you might get a legit query from me for an interview in the future if my editors weren't such automatons... I wonder if any two people can truly understand each other or as I take away from this initials guy, life is about settling, like sediment at the bottom of a body of water...

Amy on Monday, 11 July 2016

Life in the U.S. has become bleak and alienating. It IS theater of the absurd. If you made a play about our politics, our violence, our cynicism and our selfishness, it would rightfully be panned as straining the bounds of credibility. Yet, these things exist and are painfully and embarrassingly obvious to the rest of the world. But then I go to the theater in New York and see Matilda (for the second time), The Crucible, The Curious Incident, and dozens of other plays and and I share that experience with others --cell phone silenced, iPad left home-- and my sense of common ground, of thinking and reacting with immediacy and connection returns. Thanks Tim et al for contributing to that. What a relief. (It helps if you are married to a theater artist/professor and you draw mean caricatures of Donald Trump and others for a living; just sayin'.)

MaryLou from New Jersey on Friday, 8 July 2016

Tim, I have enjoyed watching your "star" shine brighter and brighter and I know your new musical, Groundhog's Day will be a smashing success, too. With Larrkins and Matilda going so well, you must be very busy. I am, however, missing your solo work. Are you planning any US gigs in 2016 or 2017? Hoping to see you perform live soon.....Hugs. 💖🎹

Monique on Monday, 4 July 2016

Hello, I was just wondering if you were planning on any gigs or tours in Brisbane, Australia. My dad is your number one fan, we can never go to the shops without him singing your canvas bags songs! He also always sings your song White Wine In The Sun because he says it reminds him of me :) Thankyou!

Johanna on Sunday, 3 July 2016

Hi Tim. I took my 10 year old daughter to see Matilda in Melbourne, and I just wanted to let you know how wonderful we both thought it was. It is her favourite Roald Dahl book and she loved every second of the musical. Thank you for creating something so marvellous and enjoyable.

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