Monday, Star of Kings, May 16th

Last night at The Star of Kings was G&B’s Growing Old Disgracefully Show, the night where acts who are still haunted by the whine of dial-up get to get up on stage and not see blank faces when they use terms like ‘mix-tape’. First to the stage, and getting things off to a cracking start, was Mark Vincent and his swollen prostate. It was then over to He who cannot be named’s understudy, Nicky Vere-Compton…and Nagini! After HWCBN was the puntastic Mark Rivlin who is opening a chip shop in Bahrain called Sultan Vinegar. It was then over to Rabiah

Mother’s Day at The Star of Kings

Yesterday was our Mother’s Day show and it was a packed house with absolutely no idea the surprise we had in store for the end of the show. The show got going with the hilarious and magnetic stylings of Ros Hale and her pick a hole I got a story approach. It was then over to Lee VG and his resting unamused face, which is ironicaaly the opposite of the audience when he’s on. it was then over to Elliott Cass, who has the look of Harry Potter…if he was on a crack comedown. After Elliott was Xiaosu Xue who

Tuesday, March 15th, Star of Kings

It was Rohan Sharma who kicked off the show Tuesday night at The Star of Kings. Rohan confessed that when he was a kid he couldn’t wait to turn 16 and to exercise that extra purchase power to buy a second paracetamol. It was then over to Ajay Rose and his relationship with his therapist, which can only be described as competitive. We then had Amber Phillips, who ruined supermarket bread for all of us, before Jack Charles gave us a musical lament to the very bakers Amber maligned. It was then over to Tree Bradstreet who has decided to

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