Here’s a version of the set I performed at Richard Sandling‘s Perfect Movie last Tuesday: “It’s nice to be back. Back amongst my kind people. I mean, sure I might be single but at least I can name all of the Christopher Lee Fu Manchu movies. Am I right?
Brotherhood of the Leaky Boot is the name of the Edinburgh show we’re doing this year. It will be a mixture of sketch and stand up, or something (not that sure yet) with Tobi Wilson, and Tom Crowley. Good eggs the pair of ‘em. Together they are half of Four Sad Faces; the stars of [...]
Here’s a truncated version of the set I performed at Lost Treasures of the Black Heart last Tuesday: Before I tell you about my hero for the month I just want to say that we all know that some heroes have feet of clay and some people who have done wonderful things have also done [...]
Having finished Comic Insights I am now reading Ha Bloody Ha by William Cook on the recommendation of the comedian David Trent. Like Comic Insights, it’s interviews with various famous comedians but this time from the British perspective. The book is now out of print so instead of a picture of the book I’ve used [...]
So I’ve completed my 100 Days task by writing a blog post everyday for 100 days. Here’s my pledge from back on December 1st 2009. I can’t really say that I felt like I’m a better person because of it, but I feel that doing this has helped my writers block loads although it has [...]
Late last year I got in touch with some cartoonists to draw some comic strips to go in a zine to accompany Josie Long‘s Lost Treasures of the Black Heart night, devoted to unsung heroes. My first response was the above strip by Paul Rainey. The zine is yet to materialise but the night continues [...]