I just opened the door to the postman forgetting I was dressed like this.
Saturday, 24 September 2011
Sunday, 4 September 2011
Friday, 12 August 2011
Tuesday, 9 August 2011
Hey up. Watched 3 shows yesterday and performed 1 with www.monkeyswithpuns.com check em out, they're here the whole run and are fab :)
Did a last minute gig to cover for a friend. I was on stage 28 minutes after getting the call (i was on my pants at home) - just the way Edinburgh is. Off to write some new stuff and then back out again to flyer on the mount and gig at 1030. 2 gigs tomorrow too - I could get used to this Edinburgh lark :)
Monday, 8 August 2011
I have been in Edinburgh a total of 12 hrs 24 mins. I have lost 4 gigs but gained 5, been in 4 taxis and done a gig with a top comedy troupe Monkeypuns. Big shout out to my main man Chris Marco K (in the picture) a rising star for the future to be sure! It's a hectic time here but really looking forward to it :)
Sunday, 7 August 2011
Howdy. I'm on the train up to Edinburgh for the fringe festival. I have just found out that I have lost 4 gigs up here next week due to promoter and venue conspiring to cook up a mis-understanding. Bit of a bummer (the situation not the promoter, she's a girl, sexuality undetermined). Using my contacts to try and get some spots I have now found out I may be gigging 31 minutes after my train arrives into Edinburgh Waverley station tonight and again at midnight. I was prepared to expect some chaos, unpredictable events and randomness but at least thought it would wait till Edinburgh itself. To prep for this holiday I have been drunk the last 3 nights culminating in a yesterday's midnight hottubing on top of a hotel in Soho - just me and 3 girls - great party Charlotte ;) Happy Onions - more to come from my week at the festival.
Monday, 23 May 2011
Sunday, 1 May 2011
Saturday, 2 April 2011
Thursday, 17 March 2011
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Sunday, 20 February 2011
Tehoue takes his seat next to an well-dressed elderly black gentleman and rummages through his selection of DVDs. He spies one he has heard is good but hasn't seen. He blames the fact he hasn't seen in on the fact that living in Belgium is quite like living on the moon on a quiet day.
Interesting thing about Belgium is that their parliament has still not formed a proper government, so there is a campaign to get the wives and husbands of the MPs (or whatever they have in Belgium, I was only half listening) to impose a sex ban until they sort one out. This was tried in Kenya before apparently and solved a long impasse in 2 days flat. Lets try that in Egypt eh, maybe that'll sort em out. Dunno what they're moaning about. Britain hasn't elected either of the last 2 prime ministers and you don't see us complaning, well you do, but that's because we're always complaining. Anyway, enough of the ill informed polictal satire combined with lazy national sterotyping, back to the story about the Belgian, the old black man and the Bruno DVD (a working title for the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe II I'm sure)
For those of you who know the start of the film well you've probably already started cringing for Tehoue. Tehoue did some cringing of his own. It was about the time where the comically offensive gay character of Bruno was asking an unsuspecting black man to get his knob out because "that's what black men do best" (or something to that effect) that the cringing hit Tehoue like a Peep Show marathon followed by a double episode of The Office. The old black man turned white (not albino white, but white for a man with dark skin) Without speaking Tehoue pulled the plug on his laptop and popped it away.
With a full train and no way of escape to the refuge of an empty seat, the next 2 hours passed in silence.
Tehoue says he will keep the 2nd set of headphones buried deep in his bag on the journey home.
The elderly black man eventually returned to his normal colour.
I'll also be doing some gigs, I'll put them up here when I can work out how to make another page on the site. How can this fail?