Wednesday, March 23rd, Arch One

What an incredible night of comedy we had at Arch1 last night, a packed, capacity room with a cracking line-up. An easier job as an MC would be hard pressed to find. Kicking things off we had the utterly puntastic Chris Roaf. Chris explained the difference between moths and goths: one is attracted to the light, the other is attracted to…well, eyeliner. Hugo Hayes was after Chris with news that you can now buy reasonably priced, public school boys. It’s a brave new world we live in. Hot on Hugo’s heels was Louise Barron, who reckons being sexually liberated where

Sunday, February 13th, Star of Kings

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