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June 2014

Culture, Events, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Digital Press Night

Only but a few short sweet weeks ago I hopped along to the Savoy Theatre to catch Dirty Rotten Scoundrels¬†in it’s previews. And I HANDILY blogged about it here. I bloody loved the show, with it’s slick, sassy routines and ballsy, often filthy comedy. So I calloohed and callayed when I was invited last week to attend the Digital Press Night for the show. Before having a bit of a lovely schmooze with some lovely free booze, we were invited to jump onto the stage to be put through  ...

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Culture, Events, Lifestyle, London, Museums and Galleries, Pubs, Restaurants and bars, Theatre

LineUp App- SEE your city!

Recently I gave you wonderful trusty blog readers a bit ovva heads up about a groovy new app that looks set to make actors lives that gosh darn little wee bit easier. WELL this week I have ANOTHER lovely little app to tell you about! (P.s do not worry, Bloody Hell Brennan is not turning into a tech blog. I mean I’ve only just worked out how to make the font different colours on this thing. No seriously look!) ANNNYYYYWAY you know how Tuesday (the biggest bellend of all the days) is  ...

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Culture, Edinburgh Fringe, South, Theatre, Theatre

Theatre Thought: A Simple Space at The Underbelly

I mean, BLAHDY ‘ELL the weather’s been nice, ain’t it chums? I clocked off work on the Strand at 5.30 one day last week, SLUNG my camera over my shoulder, BADE goodbye to all my colleagues and STROLLED THE FUCK down Villiers St and over Jubilee Bridge over to the Underbelly on the Southbank. I mean, sometimes I just fancy the PANTS off this city. More so than I fancied the PANTS off my year 6 crush at the St Mary’s Youth Club Disco (where to be fair I fucking rocked  ...

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Top Five

Top Five: Rik Mayall Moments

What a sad, sad day. We wave farewell to one of the most bonkers and brilliant actors of our time, the incomparable Rik Mayall. Shouty and sweary, blustery and often a bit swoony Mr Mayall made me chuckle and giggle in the naughtiest way as I grew up. So here’s my top five favourite moments of his. 1. Bottom (1991) Mayall and Edmonson as the terrible twosome Eddie and Ritchie, spending their days shouting and beating each other up in the grubbiest flat in Hammersmith made for  ...

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