Yesterday was our Mother’s Day show and it was a packed house with absolutely no idea the surprise we had in store for the end of the show. The show got going with the hilarious and magnetic stylings of Ros Hale and her pick a hole I got a story approach. It was then over to Lee VG and his resting unamused face, which is ironicaaly the opposite of the audience when he’s on. it was then over to Elliott Cass, who has the look of Harry Potter…if he was on a crack comedown. After Elliott was Xiaosu Xue who
We were at Arch1 last night and what a cracking show it turned out to be. Getting the crowd off to a brilliant start was the hilarious Sam Adamson with sex toys, playground oddities and inflatable siblings. It was then over to Duffy Connors and a few tips on how to make those ferry journeys fly by before Tino Giaccotto told us he’d moved here to learn English, but after two years working in a restaurant, he’s now fluent in Spanish and Polish, but no better with English. After Tino was Phillip Cornwall, escaping from the corporate world one reclaimed
We were at The Star of Kings in Kings Cross again last night and kicking things off in fine style was the hilarious Phil Green who’s not a lover of Bolivian humour…or rectal thermometers. It was then over to the wonderfully weird James Sutton who had a tooth extracted recently, but is still at a loss as to just how it got up there in the first place. It was then over to Jack Davies and the chop stick test, an essential check list for any surgeon working on your private parts. Tasha Cluskey was after Jack with some lockdown
We had another great show full of new faces yesterday afternoon at The Star of Kings. I’ve been so impressed by some of the new acts hitting the comedy scene at the moment and can’t help wonder if, financial crippling aside, the lockdown hiatus may have done some good in resetting and refreshing our stages. First up yesterday was the hilarious Lily Webb. Lily has a feeling God may indeed not be keen on her for being gay, despite trying to throw Him off the scent by once claiming to like Laim Payne…or at least his tattoos. It was then
There was a buzz in the air at Arch1 last night that told you right from the off this one was going to be fun show. First up was everyone’s favourite super-ginge, Sam Adamson. Over the years Sam has suffered from the occasional nightmare where he finds himself in the shower looking all the part – or lack thereof – of Barbie’s Ken. It was then over to the fabulous Lily Webb, who once had a faux crush on Liam Payne…for the tats. Talking of crushes, our next act, Matt Lowes, explained, via apple metaphor, just how his sexual attractions
G&B’s New Act Competition will have one last winner before the year’s out. And competing for the trophy and the cash this time we have: Will Owen Barbara Fernandez Gary Manhine Holly Kasselder Lilian Belli Connor Yeates Marc Molnar Lily Webb Yousif Musa Annabel Edmonds Jonathan Wells Rohan Sharma Ellen O’Reilly Oli Riordan Dane Buckley Phoebe Hitt Show starts at 7.30pm.
Yesterday at The Star of Kings was G&B’s Girlpower, and what a cracker it was. Our MC for the afternoon was the wonderful Charlotte McKinney who kept the crowd loving the Girlpower vibe. The first act Charlotte brought to the stage was Lily Webb, who is easily the greatest example of opposites attract you’ll ever find. Next was Sarah Bowles, a lady who knows way too much about her neighbours’ sex life thanks to bad sound insulation. It was then over to Phoebe Hitt and the joys of the friendship lunge, which she will be copyrighting very soon. After Phoebe
Headlining Sunday’s Girlpower at The Star of Kings we have the wonderful Emily McQuade and just booked on Thursday after her win at our New Act Competition we’ve the hilarious, Caroline Madds. Your MC is the wonderful Charlotte McKinney and the rest of the afternoon’s laughter will be thanks to this collection of femmes fabulous: Sarah Bowles Annabel Edmonds Katie McLeod Lily Webb Georgia Thorp Natalie Durkin Victoria Shortley Barbara Fernandez Sapphire Marty Gleeson Phoebe Hitt Dexter Jo Mr Lorraine Leigh Douglas Tasmin Sarkany Show starts at 3.30pm. See you Sunday.
G&B was at Arch1 last night and we had a cracker of a show. Kicking it all off we had Simon Hall, a man who loathes how women are treated and cat called in the street, largely because he gets it himself from building sites thanks to his long hair. After Simon was Lilian Belli, who has found herself recently contemplating lesbianism, if only for a more sophisticated foreplay experience. Rhea Folkers was next with the secrets of the trans handbag and just why the bathroom is always utterly spotless when she leaves. Cedric Aubert was next with the joys