We’re all down with charity, right? Giving over our money. And if not cash, then our time to help people less fortunate than ourselves? Comedians are in high demand by charities to perform at fundraising events. Some offer to pay for said services but most do not and I usually base my decision on my availability and the worthiness of the cause.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained – is how the saying goes. An interesting cliché – which I tend to rely on. Even, over rely on, perhaps? Ultimately, used as the upside to a defeat and there are alternatives… Look on the bright side/there’s always a silver lining or better luck next time. But I prefer nothing […]
Something way more important than the usual guff that I write about and report on this site is about go down on the brothers trust instagram @thebrotherstrust Head over there about now for the announcement of a new venture that will make a lot of people smile (we hope) as well as make some pooches […]
This is a blog I wrote today for The Brothers Trust website – which I thought to share here also in-line with advice gleaned from my sporadic bursts at becoming more on-line savvy – which is at best, plodding… * Like all Marvel films, for the diehard fans, Spider-Man Far From Home is more of […]
Three boutique cinemas packed with children and their families who have been/are going through… some very tough experiences. People who were mostly invited by charities that the Brothers Trust have supported (Debra and Momentum), others through Make a Wish, GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital) and some who were invited more organically. Circa 120 people in […]
Hello all, This new site has been a while coming and many glitches along the way – and so been off-line and not blogging for a week or so. How have you coped? (He asks, unrealistically…) I am rushing to a new material gig now – but I have much to write about and share, […]