I look back and think that I’ve made hundreds of thousands of people laugh and what a wonderful gift is that to have and, in return, what a wonderful gift they have given back to me in their laughter.
Russell Kane is more than just a stand-up. He’s like a comedy David Attenborough who instead of the animal kingdom, focuses his attention on the way blokes from the south-east behave.
I took my nephew to school the other day and I was walking past this classroom and all these kids started waving at me. I couldn’t work out what they were going on about until one of them held up a sign saying “Selfie”
I saw U2 in an arena the night after I’d played there supporting Kevin Bridges for three nights. It was insane to see that size production compared to me standing up there with just a mic!
His show “All I Wanna Do” has been described a manifesto for absurdity so, fresh from a stressful Uber journey, we got the master of the absurd himself, John-Luke Roberts, on the phone for a quick chat.