Wednesday, Arch One, May 25th

I’m feeling a bit spolied as an MC this week because the last two shows were packed with just the most wonderful audiences who couldn’t have made my job any easier. Last night at Arch1 they were a cracking crowd and first to experience their love was Greg Houston, who reckons basketball players have absolutely no rom for error if they’re to get paid big bucks. The wonderful Mimi Chan was next with how a bag of Dreams can have you living the high life like a letchy Trump. It was then over to Ryan Sheehan and the Dirty Harry

Wednesday, Arch One, May 18th

It was a fun gig at Arch1 last night, kicked off by Tom Cousins whose father gave him some gentlemanly advcie, but it’s still a bit No Chancery lane with the ladies. Tasha Cluskey was after Tom with some great advice to never stop chasing your dreams. A tip she got from her dad who always wanted to be an absentee parent and is still going strong. Pete Kinsella was next wondering why there are no good role models for dogs. Scooby Doo’s a bit thick, Lassie’s a bit racist and don’t get us started on Bob Carolgees’ dog (you

Monday, May 9th, Star of Kings

Well it was a tougher room at The Star of Kings last night than we’ve had in a long time at G&B, but the acts upped their game to meet it. First to the stage was the hilarious Sam Roulston and why the smoke from the tamboti leaves you feeling warm in all the wrong places. James Townsend was next with some poetry that covered everything from Buddha to turtles and hair chewing to lemons. It was then over to Zach Marczika who recently saw the new batman movie and was left wondering if it was set in Swansea. Keeping

Monday, Star of Kings, April 25th

Monday night at The Star of Kings was our LGBT+ nights and I think it was one of my absolute favourites. First to the mic and kicking things off in true style was the wonderful Lily Webb who has recently deciding to identify as non-binary, because finding new and interesting ways to piss off your parents is a full time job. Next up and keeping things ship shape and spotless was the fabulous Sue-the-Cleaner (aka Liam Harney). Sue has found the cost of living rise tough, so to save money on heating, she has an occasional bath with the toaster.

G&B’s New Act Competition

February’s New Act Competition sees the return of January’s winner, Ajay Rose, as guest headliner while this month’s acts compete for the trophy and the cash. And competing this month we have: Jack Davies Barbara Fernandez Laura Mackenzie Tino Giaccotto Andy Kyte Sam Coade Rohan Sharma Holly Kasselder Dane Buckley Tree Bradstreet Lee VG Mark Vincent Louis Brady Gary Manhine Tim Biglowe Jacob Bartlett Laura Beecham Show starts at 3.30pm.

Wednesday, February 23rd, Arch One

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

G&B’s Dark Delights, Star of Kings, February 22nd

So last night was G&B’s Dark Delights, our homage to all things dark and twisted in comedy and what a fabulous night it was. Kicking things off we had Billy Kerr who reckons losing your hair is a bit like losing your virginity: it’s all over and done before you know it. Jaz Mattu was next with his lamentation to Bobbins the cat…plus a fuck you to comedy course advice. We then had the deliciously dark diva, Hannah O’Donnell who gives kudos to Eunice’s recent blowjob skills. Stephen Portlock was after Hannah with spunk in the eye of God before

G&B’s Dark Delights, a celebration of the darker side of comedy

  February 22nd at The Star of Kings sees another of G&B’s Dark Delight Shows, an evening celebrating the darker side of comedy. Definitely an evening not for those who are easily offended or who love to take offence on behalf of someone their neighbour’s sister once met on holiday. Headlining we’ve the gloriously reprehensible Anthony Gilét and the deliciously deviant Declan Kennedy and the rest of the basket of deplorables will be: Hannah O’Donnell Ben Henley Tom Cousins Stephen Portlock Theresa Bradstreet Gareth Edward Jacob Hatton Craig Craw Essam Aljaedy Billy Kerr Mark Vincent Jakob Tanner Joe Davies Jaz Mattu

Tuesday, February 15th, Star of Kings

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