Last night at The Star of Kings was G&B’s Music & Character Comedy Night. Now these have to be one of my absolute favourite shows. What I love most about these is spotting the audience members who’ve never been to one before, and their ever-building look of WFT! Throughout the evening. And that’s the sheer joy of them, an evening that is a strap yourself in and go with the vibe that never fails to bring the goods…the goods being a comedy rollercoaster ride to crazy town. You just have to come see one of these nights and you’ll be
February 8th is another of our cavalcade of craziness that is our Music & Character Comedy Night at The Star of Kings. Headlining our night of utter silliness is Jack Hoosie (aka Gareth Edward) & Mad Ron (aka Steve Lee).
Despite several no-shows last night, we had a really fun show. The utterly hilarious Chandkiran N kicked things off with a cracking set that educated us all in sub-continent continence etiquette and the effete nature of the Andrex square. Aidan Fox was next with some ponderances on the advantage of sight and the disadvantages of owning a trump shirt. We then had some parenting wisdom from Mark Peace: if you can’t beat your child, why have them? I think he nicked that from the Dalai Lama. Laura Mackenzie was after Mark with tales of being a mature student at bar