Write-up by guest MC Barbara Fernandez. What a night we had at Girlpower last night at The Star of Kings! Kicking things off was Jennifer Zheng who says her mom may have kicked her out of her race in Ireland, but here in London she could fall over and land on a white dick. Maeve Boffey says she’s more white Irish than Jen, although her family would disagree: they call her the black sheep (even though she’s the only sheep). Ruth Stone then taught us how to choose the perfect cowpat for a frisbee – right before the raw onion
Last night at The Star of Kings was G&B’s Music & Character Comedy Night, easily one of my favourite gigs in the G&B calendar. First up was Barry Allen (aka Mark Nicholas) who gave us some great advice: never look directly at The Sun, because its page 3 is crap nowadays. It was then over to Natalie Durkin and just why she wants a shed. It’s waaaaay darker than you might think. Daniel and Molly was next with everything from global politics to artificial intelligence and horny robots. We then had a bit of comedy class from Tasmin Sarkany and
Yesterday at The Star of Kings was G&B’s Girlpower, and what a cracker it was. Our MC for the afternoon was the wonderful Charlotte McKinney who kept the crowd loving the Girlpower vibe. The first act Charlotte brought to the stage was Lily Webb, who is easily the greatest example of opposites attract you’ll ever find. Next was Sarah Bowles, a lady who knows way too much about her neighbours’ sex life thanks to bad sound insulation. It was then over to Phoebe Hitt and the joys of the friendship lunge, which she will be copyrighting very soon. After Phoebe
Headlining Sunday’s Girlpower at The Star of Kings we have the wonderful Emily McQuade and just booked on Thursday after her win at our New Act Competition we’ve the hilarious, Caroline Madds. Your MC is the wonderful Charlotte McKinney and the rest of the afternoon’s laughter will be thanks to this collection of femmes fabulous: Sarah Bowles Annabel Edmonds Katie McLeod Lily Webb Georgia Thorp Natalie Durkin Victoria Shortley Barbara Fernandez Sapphire Marty Gleeson Phoebe Hitt Dexter Jo Mr Lorraine Leigh Douglas Tasmin Sarkany Show starts at 3.30pm. See you Sunday.