Another evening of political and family intrigue with The Hollowmen looking for a budget centrepiece followed by the continuing tale of Arnold Brown’s Uncle Harry and the mysterious Rabbi Freedman
A night with Alan Davies on top form from his ‘Life Is Pain’ tour
Tribute night to Robin Williams
We’re back with more from across the ditch with Aussie politics & The Hollowmen then off to the UK to hear some more from Mr Arnold Brown in his story ‘Are You Looking At Me Jimmy’.
There’s about 30 minutes of Mr Dee’s show we couldn’t fit in so may play that on another occasion
In this show we spent some time getting an insight into the intrigue around Aussie government overseas postings with The Hollowmen and we got to hear some of Arnold Brown’s views on the word around us. More of both to come in future shows.
Dara O’Briain in top form at London’s Theatre Royal in the days when the Irish could freely wander about the city!
Well, two offerings this week a trip to Wales with the Celtic Comedy Roadshow then off to Canberra for an insight into the political machinations (I know, look it up in the dictionary, I had to!) of shadowy government departments.
Yep a night of stand up from Craig Ferguson in his Does This Need To Be Said show and we’ll give this an R16 rating
Here it is, part 2 of Universally Challenged recorded at Artworks Theatre on June 13th. Enjoy.