Dear (insert name here)
A BIC FOR HER – SOHO THEATRE til 7th DECEMBER then 6th-25th JANUARY
Most nights have been very jolly which is a relief.
I haven’t had anyone shouting in my face or wandering into the room by mistake so far, which is a shame because often those things can spice things up a bit. Please book for January if you missed out on this run (Jan 6th-25th).
Weekends have all gone now and Thursday’s going quick so hurry!
If you’ve already been I will be adding new things to the January run like funny walks and impressions of dictators etc.
9 December – (Karl Schultz inspired funnery) Karl & Joz’s Over the top Christmas Love In at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.
This is a charity gig for the drug diversion scheme at Barking Salvation Army with loads of ace people on the bill including Harry Hill, Tim Key, Sara Pascoe and loads more. Come along, do.
21 December – Robin Ince Bloomsbury gig.
This has the seal of approval what with being done by Robin Ince and all. Check
here for full line-up.
Lots of gigs and shows coming up next year but I’ll pop them all on the next newsletter.
I can’t be bothered to do it now.
A BOOK FOR HER
I have started this now.
SOUTH BANK SKY ARTS AWARD
A Bic for Her has been nominated (in the comedy category in case you were wondering).
I’m up against Steve Coogan for Alpha Papa and Psychobitches with Rebecca Front. I wouldn’t have thought I’d win against these giants.
It’s a sort of a transmitting device, but you can’t see actually see the people who are talking. I love it.
I have one in the car and another one in the kitchen.
Like a radio but you can also see people.
I don’t have one of these in the car.
I bought some boots that I like. They are maroon and have a flat heel.
Nothing out of the ordinary.
A young Elton John probably wouldn’t have bought them. The only problem with them is that because they are quite wide at the top, stones and bits of gravel and leaves (all the types of things that are on pavements and roads) somehow fly up and go down into them.
I literally have to stop walking every 5 or 6 steps to shake things out of them. It’s incredibly frustrating. It takes me much longer to get to places now. I wish they’d told me about this in the shop because I’m quite busy at the moment.
If a dog turd ever manages to fly up and into them I’ll be bringing them straight back to the shop. You mark my words.