Archive for January 9th, 2013
Next Tuesday 15th Jan, 8pm, there will be another chance to see my show Adventure Capitalism: The 20% Maverick Factor at the Bristol Old Vic. It’s a rather madcap, whirl wind journey through the wonderful mavericks I’ve worked with in my career and what I’ve learnt from them, featuring a theatre on the back of a bike, runaway taxmen turned circus performers, Hitler’s nephew, a human exhibit in London Zoo, and a man intent on eating an entire bus.
I created the show in response to the needs of a world – and economy – in dramatic flux, drawing on his personal experience of working with some of the most inspiring and innovative thinkers of the last thirty years, and outlining my rules for harnessing the power of the maverick. Adventure Capitalism is a celebration of risk-takers, outliers and artists, and why they might be more essential now than ever before.
It would be wonderful to see friends old and new there, and I’d be delighted to share thoughts over an informal drink in the bar after the show- so if you can make it, please come and say hello!
You can lay your hands on tickets here