A few years ago I was talked into going to see a Roy Chubby Brown concert. Now he could swear. Unfortunately his humour was worse. A wasted evening for me but John Bishop I would be happy to go and see.
We are going to see him in December and my daughter and her partner are going to Manchester to see him with free tickets from 'Tickets for troops' and her seats are better than our paid ones! I don't begrudge him.
The best Liverpool comedian is Ken Dodd-never swears and should be knighted.
Well, what did you expect in Liverpool!! Anyway, you go and see these guys knowing what they will be coming out with, it's what 95% of the paying public want.Saw Lee Evans last week in Liverpool and ended up leaving 15 mins before the end as the language was just over the top and not called for.
Well, what did you expect in Liverpool!! Anyway, you go and see these guys knowing what they will be coming out with, it's what 95% of the paying public want.
Er, was your car still there??
I read somewhere that comedians 'tailor' their language to different cities/towns/venues. Liverpool, and Newcastle seem to be at the bottom of the list for some strange, unknown reason, as it is well known that Liverpool, (city of culture), is very effluent......
I knew I had met you before!! Walking down Upper Parliment Street wearing a cardboard box over your head. Did your work there relate to the removal of peoples hubcaps??Sensible head on:Having worked a few years in Liverpool in the nineties I was surprised just how soon I got to like working there. Generous people for the most part. Sensible head orf.