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

G&B’s Dark Delights at Arch One, April 27th

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

Tuesday, Star of Kings, April 26th

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

Arch One, March 30th

It was another packed house at Arch1 last night with a great crowd that was so wonderfully up for laughs. And they got that a plenty. First up was Joey Abels and why giving someone a number 2 all over is fine if you’re a barber, but just nasty if you’re a fecalfeliac. We then had the musical musings of Barbara Fernandez, a lady you don’t want to piss off or she’ll sing at your funeral…like it or not! After Barbara was Matthew Healy a man with the bowels of the noble kariboo, who’ll search far and wide for the

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