'Wonka', a dark reimaging of Willy Wonka by Jason Micallef - whose sole previous credit was for writing a movie called 'Butter', a film about a girl who makes butter carvings. Which starred Jennifer Garner. Not promising.
'Yellowstone Falls' sounds good though. A cross between The Littlest Hobo and Dawn of the Dead.
soapy_handerton 23:51, reply
Alexandra Bastedo, Christopher Malcolm, Kate O'Mara, Clarissa Dickson Wright, now Mandy Rice-Davies. All dead. *tries to recall if Piers Morgan appeared, and hopes he did*
Buying SEX TOYS. I imagine.
deep_stoat 20:45, reply
What was the show that had a riff on announcements at Reading station - with a comedy voice barking, "Reading? Reading?"
The Goons or ITMA or something?
Sorry, I'll post a decent otter in a bit.
bad_horsey 16:09, reply
But have an otter anyway.
bad_horsey 17:15, reply
......and raise you with a raft of Otters (collective noun when in water)
post-theatre performance he's more likely to mix with plebs at the bar than backstage. Tolerates Potter and Doctor Who fans, and, like Tom Baker, isn't averse to buying drinks and crisps for them student types.
fayekorgazm 10:58, reply
on Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Though for different reasons....
fayekorgazm 11:01, reply
The son works at Waitrose in Canary Wharf. I always say hello and expose my cloaca.
dawnsyndrome 10:11, reply
My wife who is there also just texted me.
He's been a regular patron for many years (I worked there when I was a student and that is more than twenty years ago). The head of the Front of House staff at the time firmly belonged in the 'Does he take sugar?' brigade. I can confirm that the Professor can roll he eyes with great eloquence.
plasticflamingo 8:45, reply
The performance was delayed by 40 minutes with no explanation, house lights left up. Then Two security guards rushed then MP Michael Portillo in and to his seat. Everyone just stared in complete silence until one man shouted out "We've been waiting for that cunt?".
deep_stoat 14:12, reply
Though I know it was you, you cultured cunt. Stop trying be street.
spank_daley 14:54, reply
Michael Portillo is indeed a nazi lover of the works of Wagner. Other regulars included Germaine Greer (very nice indeed) and Jeanette Winterson (very odd indeed).
plasticflamingo 19:40, reply
As the lights went down for the show to start they heard him saying "turn it off, turn it off" (you're all doing the voice in your heads aren't you?) to get his assistant to turn his screen off as it was lighting the place up.
Michael Gove was there too.
There's a sackable headline on the mail website today- 'Miley displays nasty gash'
soapy_handerton 15:29, reply