So Wednesday night at Arch1 was G&B’s Dark Delights show, our dark comedy night. I love these gigs so much and last night’s basket of deplorables were just plain brilliant. Kicking things off we had Mike Strogi, who gave the show an explosive start as well as some tips on the right airline to book if you want to fly straight to the office. It ws then over to Tom Cousins and a little nostalgia for the greats of 70’s TV before Connor Yeates explained just why Gordon Ramsey’s advice that you should always eat what you make might have
G&B’s Dark Delights returns to the stage at Arch1 on April 27th. An evening dedicated to laughter’s darker side, headlining we’ve two of the darkest souls in comedy, Elliot Curtis and that wrongest of wrong un’s, Bob Walsh.
We were at The Star of Kings last night and kicking things off we had Naomi Wattis and just why she’s now convinced doing an iron man makes you remotely like Robert Downey Jnr. It was then over to Jack Short and the Ukrainian crisis in 21st century Tindr langauage: Ukraine and Russia are exes. Ukraine had enough of Russia’s toxic masculinity and moved on and started flirting with Nate O. Russia got crazy jealous and is now in the if I can’t have you no one can mindset. Sounds about right. It was then over to Jamie Skepper and
Headlining Tuesday 22nd at The Star of Kings we have the utter hilarity that is Richard Woolford and that right wrong un, Bob Walsh.
It was Rohan Sharma who kicked off the show Tuesday night at The Star of Kings. Rohan confessed that when he was a kid he couldn’t wait to turn 16 and to exercise that extra purchase power to buy a second paracetamol. It was then over to Ajay Rose and his relationship with his therapist, which can only be described as competitive. We then had Amber Phillips, who ruined supermarket bread for all of us, before Jack Charles gave us a musical lament to the very bakers Amber maligned. It was then over to Tree Bradstreet who has decided to
So it was a packed night at Arch1 last night, with a whole load of new faces both on and off stage and they ended up with a cracking show…both on and off stage. First up was the hilarious Matthew Healy who’s a bit like a learner driver when it comes to sex, he just pushes and turns everything in the hope of something getting turned on. We then had the return of the brilliant Amber Phillips and the problems of getting back out into the world post lockdown and the daily hassle of bras again. It was then over
Wednesday March 9th we’re at Arch1 and headlining we have the fabulous Emily McQuade and the right Wrong Un Bob Walsh.
I’ve said it several times since lockdown ended, the standard of comedy coming from the new acts arriving on the circuit is seriously impressive. Maybe it was 18 months watching Netflix comedy specials or studying their comedy idols, but whatever it is, the G&B audiences are loving it. Opening the show last night we had Tom Cousins, who might be a serial killer in waiting…if his mattress’s damp crop circles are anything to go by. It was then over to Joey Abels and why sublime is no compliment if you’re a lemon. The utter legend that is Jimbo was after