For the diary. Come along and support live comedy. I will be performing there. Also, other, funnier comedians.
Thursday 16th- Gong Show@The Shack, Edinburgh
Tuesday 13th- Breakneck comedy @ Snafu, Aberdeen
Thursday 15th-Gong Show@The Shack, Edinburgh
Sunday, 25th-Free Comedy@The Ivory (part of the Glasgow Comedy festival!)
Monday, 9th-NewBees@The Beehive Comedy Club, Edinburgh
Tuesday, 1st-NewBees@The Beehive Comedy Club, Edinburgh
Should be fun. Never done a gong show before so that could be potentially terrifying. The Ivory and Snafu are both new for me as well so that’s exciting. And NewBees will be third and fourth time. The last two nights I did were grand. Good vibe, friendly audiences and really funny acts, all presided over by the highly amusing and gentlemanly Ben Verth. Well worth your time and money.
Anyway, more as and when. See you there!
Look everyone! It’s Life at the End of Time, and its back! That’s right I have finally put my 2007 short film and non-youtube sensation back online. I presume it got taken off because no-one watched it. Nothing changes but the seasons, people.
Watching it again I still think its pretty good. Some of it doesn’t work, some of it goes on too long, but there are some good jokes in there. And it brings back happy memories of its production. Five fun-filled and exhausting weeks running round London spent in the company of the gentlemanly and talented Louis Jackson. I think the fun comes across.
Also considering doing a separate video for the song at the end; another co-production with the lithe and moral musical savant Craig Jeffery. As I recall, not without some distress, certain contingents proclaimed it the best part of the film upon it’s original nationwide (of course) release.
So here it is, emerging newborn and blinking back into the daylight. And if you don’t like it, well, there’s always the song at the end. Enjoy.
My first ever stand up gig. More details here.
Bit slow on the ground here, but this is my routine from this year’s festival. New stand up to come in the new year. or whenever i get round to filming some more.
here is my second ever stand up spot. It’s a work in progress so you know, don’t judge me. And fair warning to anyone who came to this blog interested in my academic work, this video in no way represents the views of Stirling University or even me necessarily. Personally I think its disappointingly crude. The video below it is my third gig, which is slightly better and contains 100% less jokes about my mothers vagina.