G&B Online, Monday, September 6th. Via Zoom

G&B Online, Monday, September 6th. Via Zoom

Last night was our monthly G&B Online show and I didn’t stop laughing from start to finish. Our MC’s last night were the American duo Button Bob and Licksy Gal, ably assisted by Alastair Sadler. The first act they brought to the G&B cyber stage was the punilicious Kyle Davies who laid out the strict rules of vegan club: rule 1, always talk about vegan club; rule 2 – ironically – no meat. It was then over to Anna George who told us all about her day job studying sad, insecure, pathetic arseholes. AKA white supremacists. Next was the fabulous Roger Clarke whose favourite comedy double act to watch if suffering from heartburn is the Two Rennies. It was then over to Sloughs #1 Ozzy Osbourne impersonator, Cecilia Delatori, and the inspiration for Hitchcock’s Psycho: Friday night at Weatherspoon’s. Closing the first half, and all the way from the USA, was Bruce Lipsky. Back in the day Bruce used to bust moves at Studio 54, now he’s more likely to bust a hip at Walmart.

After the break Button Bob and Licksy Gal introduced a special guest, who treated the crowd to some exotic Hulla dancing before Amber Phillips admitted to suffering from post-lockdown shit brain any day she has to both shower and put a bra on. After Amber, we had Andrew Mullan, who has dealt with his anger management issues by demanding evidence of unicorns from octogenarians. Kate Lois Elliot was after Andrew with tips on how to escape a cult: slam the door behind you and sashay away! It was then the turn of Riva Riley and how to steal buckets of the cuddliest fish and how to be respectful of a weather-induced orgy. Closing the show was the hilarious Jimi Longmuir a man who knew he had a drug problem years ago when he found himself wishing Harold Shipman was his doctor. He also gave some tips on why taking up knitting might not be a good idea if hoping to serve a shorter term.