Tuesday, October 19th, Star of Kings

Tuesday, October 19th, Star of Kings

It was a great show at The Star of Kings last night with some awesome acts working their craft. First up was the hilarious Greg Houston and the easy how-to guide for wannabe basketball players. It was then over to Robyn Bowman, a gal who grew up in a farming community and who by the age of 10 knew how to castrate…and still can, apparently. After Robyn was Sam Coade, aka Big Man, aka Tall Boy, the coolest dude in Ben & Jerry’s. It was then over to Daniel Webb and everything from Imposter Syndrome to dragons and that doggy in the window. Molly Leigh-Moy was next with thoughts on rebranding herself before Myles Burgess assured us he has a bigger dick than David’s, Michaelangelo’s David…and not the twenty-foot version. Liz Maslakova was after Myles with one of life’s deep questions: why does the cake need reinventing? Hot on Liz’s heels was the wonderful Dee Allum-Gruselle and the confession she’s had a real craving to screw up her life at times, a task she has on occasions really excelled at. Closing the first half was the brilliant Don Biswas, the one stop shop for a comedy line-up’s diversity hire policy. Don gave us a little prediction, he reckons Rishi Sunak may end up the UK’s first Indian PM. Or as his parents will refer to him, still not a doctor.

After the break, and a little demonstration why you should never bet against a magician, we had the brilliant Donal Vaughan and just why Ann Summers doesn’t sell 2000-piece jigsaws. It was then over to Alex Mandel-Dallal and why the only action she got over lockdown was when her Virgin media went down on her. Robert Preston was next with some inside info on the nest of people who rule the world from the basement of Buckingham Palace. Alice Cockayne was after Robert with tales of serious lepidoptera phobia. Craig Smalls was next with the 40+ revelation of online info all about erectile disfunction and keeping it up. It was then the turn of Thomas Whitelock and why he’s not sweaty, he’s just well basted! Oli Riordan was after Thomas with his approach to humous, which is pretty much the same as his approach to dogging: if it’s there, why not… Closing the show, all the way from sunny Glasgow, was the hilarious Colin G Higgins. Colin, who’s from Royal seamstress lineage and who can still rock a rainmate, told the crowd what not to ask in Dumfries and why you’re never too young to try on your first fishnets. Great stuff.

So that was last night and it was a cracker. Next week we’ve got two amazing headliners in store for you, the brilliant Paul Merryck and the third hardest man in Uxbridge, the awesome Mad Ron (aka Steve Lee).