Sketch comedians Foil Arms & Hog took audience interaction to a new level as their improvised sketch show came to York Barbican recently.
Luke Daniels , the award winning and critically acclaimed folk musician and singer hosts a folk and world music quartet that makes use of mobile technology to jointly create new music with their audiences. Intrigued by this concept, we spoke to Luke about the shows and more
“I talk about my time on a cruise ship, my days as a Bollywood dancer in India – they’re all my favourite stories anyway so if anyone gives me a chance and will listen then I’m happy to talk!
Mark Steel’s mammoth three hour show had this City Varieties sold-out crowd as much on his side as they were in tears with his rants on Brexit, modern technology and much more.
“My readers and listeners are really nice people, nerdy, neurotic people just like me so I think that is what I’m looking forward to the most when I come back to the UK.”
“Aussies like their comedy dirty so while I was over there my set got dirtier and dirtier and dirtier! Then I did the same set in London and they sat staring at me like what the hell is she talking about?”