Author: Marissa Burgess
May. The month of ribboned poles, bank holiday Mondays and comments like, “I had to put the fire on tonight, it were brass monkeys. I thought it was meant to be spring?”. Oh, and a truck load of comedy. Here you go.Read the full story..
Definitely no-egg based Easter puns to see here. No, siree. Not this year. Just lots of comedy for April. In Manchester. So, peruse this little lot and try not to get too eggcited. Damn…Read the full story..
My big brother has never shied away from trouble, whether that’s chucking the ball at his little sister during teenage cricket matches in the garden or being in a stubble field when it was set alight, all the while prancing around dressed as a Cavalier during a civil war re-enactment battle (he wants me to point out that he was part of the crowd who tried to extinguish the fire, but still).Read the full story..
February: the month of love and cold weather. So, squeeze up close to a load of slightly sweaty folk in a lovely beery club and have a laugh at this lot.Read the full story..
No, you’re definitely wrong, January is not miserable. It’s simply early spring. Days are getting longer, the daffodils are on their way and there’s loads of comedy. Look here.Read the full story..
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