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In April 2020, Paul's new biography of Morecambe and Wise, entitled Two of a Kind: The Morecambe and Wise Story, was published by Fantom Publishing. With a foreword by Suzanne Lloyd, the book charts Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise's lives and careers, and featuring a sprinkling of anecdotes from their family, friends and colleagues, together with images from the archives, Two of a Kind: The Morecambe and Wise Story is an enjoyable appraisal of the tall one with the glasses and the one with the short, fat, hairy legs. The publication includes recollections from performers including: Bobby Ball, Gemma Craven, Jim Davidson, Ken Dodd, Michele Dotrice, Bruce Forsyth, Hannah Gordon, Ann Hamilton, Eddie Izzard, Diane Keen, Janet Mahoney, Valerie Van Ost, Simon Pegg, Carol Royle, Madeline Smith, Jimmy Tarbuck and Mike Yarwood. In addition, Gene Kelly's widow, Patricia Ward Kelly, shared Gene's thoughts on Morecambe and Wise's famous Singin' in the Rain routine within the book.

In the spring of 2020, Paul was a guest on BBC Radio Berkshire, BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Radio Guernsey, BBC Radio Jersey, BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio Leicester, BBC Radio Merseyside, BBC Radio Somerset, BBC Radio York, Harborough FM and Phoenix FM to talk about his Morecambe and Wise biography.

In addition to working on a new book and other projects, 2021 saw Paul stage the first Tonight at the Musicals concert. The performance, which was sold out, took place at Cromer Church in Cromer, North Norfolk. The cast featured host Graham Seed and the singers Nikki Bentley, Ruth Betteridge, Holly-Jane Crowter, Jessica Martin, Hayley Maybury, Louise Olley, Mira Ormala, Helen Power and Anna Simmons.

He also staged a performed reading of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw at The Actors' Church in London. The cast featured Philip Bretherton, Moira Brooker, Brian Capron, Christopher Ettridge, Sabina Franklyn, Judy Matheson, Graham Seed and Gay Soper.

Following the success of Pygmalion, Paul staged a performed reading of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens at The Actors' Church. The role of Scrooge was played by Graham Seed, while the narrators were Judy Buxton, Christopher Ettridge, Derek Griffiths, Jeffrey Holland, Diane Keen, Louise Jameson, Carol Royle, Hilary Tones and Finty Williams.

Paul is planning a new book and new concerts and performed readings for 2022.