QI Watchdown: I11 (Infantile), or 'Laugh and Lie Down'

One of the many episodes this series where we have two final appearances of occasional panelists in one show. Tonight is the last time we’ll be seeing Dave “the bearded Starsky and Hutch fan” Gorman, and Lee “CEILING!” Mack on QI. 965 more words

QI Watchdown

Patience and Perseverance

I’ve noticed a change this week. Not a dramatic one but enough to make a difference. One of the sayings I love is ‘If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep getting what you’ve always got.’ 567 more words


QI Watchdown: I1 (I-Spy)

It’s been a while since I’ve done a QI episode, so I might as well FINALLY get onto Series I, which has been described as the ‘last of the Golden Age’. 1,724 more words

QI Watchdown

The Miser - review

Review of MoliĆ©re’s The Miser in a free adaptation by Sean Foley & Phil Porter. With Griff Rhys-Jones, Lee Mack, Matthew Horne and Ryan Gage. Hugely entertaining.

Sean Foley

Britain's Got Talent's Jonny Awsum says his biggest fear was Ant and Dec not joining in musical extravaganza

He may have wowed the judges with his rousing rendition of a musical extravaganza, but Britain’s Got Talent star Jonny Awsum said he was terrified hosts Ant and Dec wouldn’t join in on the fun when he asked them to join him on stage. 513 more words


Being Busy But Still Managing to See Three Plays

And I’ve been too tired to write about them individually. April has been so unexpectedly busy for me lately. My family and I are in the midst of a complete overhaul of the house. 628 more words


The Miser at Richmond Theatre review ***

The Miser

Richmond Theatre, 22nd February 2017

Just catching up with this from a few weeks ago prior to the current West End run at the Garrick Theatre. 275 more words