Mon 04 Apr 2016
From my perspective, this year
has been about two things thus far: crushing celebrity deaths, and improvised
Anyone who either knows me or has
read around this website will know that my main focus for the last few years
has been on improvised comedy, and developing The Same Faces as a group and a
brand (whilst also doing my best to keep...
I’ve not been to the Edinburgh
Fringe since 2011 – a trip I funded by burning through the last £300 of my uni
savings, having just graduated that summer. The last few years have been a
financial struggle that have kept me away from one of my favourite places in
the world, but – finally – this year I was back!
For the first time, I didn’t go
It is claimed that the blank page is the thing writers fear most; that starting a project is the most difficult part. That is - SPECTACULARLY - not my problem. As I sit typing this, I currently have many projects quite happily begun, but woefully unfinished. Many of them are quite good, as the artistry of that last sentence really ought to reveal. I regul...
Twas six nights before Christmas, and all through the circuit, Black Friday had come for comedians who work it. The gigs had been nasty and drunken, and mean from the office parties and lushes turned green. The comics did try and plough through though they may Nobody cared for the words they did say. A bad night it had been but they'd tried to be fun...