On Tour - Colchester & Hexham

Croydon, Continued. So I come stage, not a great one but still full of buzz, and walk upstairs backstage to the 'artists bar' because I deserve it, surely, and walk straight into Lloyd Langford and Rhod Gilbert. They were surprised and confused, I hadn't put two and two together and came out with "Are you […]

On Tour - Exeter, Newport, Blackpool

Day 9 - Exeter. Exeter is a very pleasant place, though the phone masts are all controlled by ninjas who give you a full signal everywhere except under a tree. The Barnfield theatre was very cosy venue and the show went great. Charlie was doing some radio interviews so we trotted off to BBC radio […]

On Tour. Loughborough and Swansea (via Cardiff)

Day 6 - Loughborough. We arrived at the guesthouse early again, thanks the already muddy BMW. The lady owner of the guesthouse is not fully dressed and about to go to a funeral. Apparently the poor deceased had to have his legs and arms broken to fit him in the coffin. Market street in Loughborough […]

On Tour. Great Malvern & Carlisle.

Day 4 - Great Malvern "Malvern is full of old people, but they don't die", said Bill one of the nice tech crew as we rocked up to Great Malvern Forum Theatre. The older generation dictate the speed of life in Malvern, as exemplified by the equally nice man at the guest house we stayed […]

On Tour. Bradford.

The Middlesborough gig was fun. Arriving at the venue charlie was recieved by one of the locals, leaning on a bin asking if he was looking for the post office. The local was a regular who comes to most of their productions. Entering the venue and looking around we spotted this. Yes, it really is. […]

On Tour. Sheffield & Middlesborough

I'm on tour. Danny Pensive is supporting The One Man Lord of The Rings show throughout September, and this is what happened... Day one - Sheffield. Arrived early in the Heathrow branch of Avis to meet Charlie and Kristina his tour manager and pick up the 'tourmobile'. Charlie went big and got a BMW 320, […]

BLOG Interview with Toby Hadoke

John Cooper grabs the comedian to chat about his new Edinburgh show “Now I Know My BBC” This year’s Edinburgh festival is in full swing and with it Toby Hadoke’s new show “Now I Know My BBC”, an affectionate and stroppy love letter to Auntie Beeb touching on shows such as Quatermass, Doomwatch and Survivors. […]
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