Tuesday night at The Star of Kings turned out a really fun show full of new faces. First up was Danny Scott and the joys of being a teacher in the garden of England, which is just behind the Greggs of Kent. Next was James White who hasn’t, as of today, bought a plastic bag in five years; he just steals them now. After James we had another James this one James Danielewski and the suitable punishment for putting milk in your tea first: chain them to a radiator. Just ask Boy George! It was then the turn of Matthew
Sunday at The Star of Kings kicked off with the mellifluous marvel that is Barbara Fernandez, whose top half is very American and her lower echelons decidedly Parisienne. It was then over to Donal Vaughan, a man who proudly proclaims he is an anti-vegan: he can’t eat anything that hasn’t suffered to get to his plate. Next was Cedric Aubert and The Action Man gay nightclub set that came complete with tiny bottles of poppers and leather chaps. After Cedric was Geet Chawla, whose parents were a bit like the EU in as much as they weren’t happy with the
It was a slightly quieter night than usual at Royal George Charing Cross Road last night, but the past couple of months have been packed to bursting, so a little more legroom was kinda nice. That said, they were a lovely crowd, so all in all a fun night. Our MC for the evening was the brilliant Steven Mayne who wasted no time getting the room energised and laughing before bringing on our first act of the night, the hilarious Pete Kinsella. Pete has never been to prison, a fact he likes to get out of the way early on,
Headlining December 2nd at Royal George Charing Cross Road we have the wonderfully weird Neuroses (aka Robbie Fox) and the brilliant Rick Kiesewetter. The rest of the evening will have laughs and giggles from this lot: Steven Mayne Cedric Aubert Nativ Gigs Rhys Thorne Lily Webb Dexter Jo Jim Brown Louisa Corr Ben Mills Pete Kinsella Naif Mohamed Jake Zukerman Max Norman Rielle Longhurst Show starts at 7.30pm.
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