Written In The Stars - Tinie Tempah
Apply Some Pressure - Maximo Park
Kill Rock ‘N’ Roll - System of a Down
Twenty Nothing - Spector
Suspicious Eyes - The Rakes
Take Me Out Of The Wall - Canterbury
- Shuffle appears to be playing an absolute blinder at the moment
Oh, what to do when you have a friendship with someone that you know is toxic (and probably detrimental to your health, possibly mentally) but you can’t stand to be without - the cons clearly outweigh the pros but yet I can’t bear to wqlk away..?
Answers on a postcard…
The last 5 days have been so exhausting that to be doing nothing but catching up with some tv and not even bothering to get dressed today is just beautiful.
On Tuesday I got to see Richard II followed by a fleeting moment with David Tennant at the stage door madness. Wednesday saw the making of a music video for the Jonny and the Baptists UKIP song (in which I’m probably featuring in more than I expected to be pretending to be a member of said twat party). Thursday was the Bearpit Comedy Podcast Podcast (aka my new favourite show to go see) at the Invisible Dot. Friday was spent yet again at the Invisible Dot for a free show but this time followed by seeing Felix Hagan and the Family in Camden (SO MUCH DANCING). Saturday: the Casual Violence sitcom read throughs where I even had my eyes closed for the majority of the radio one so I could tell whether it actually worked and was funny or not and also in an effort not to be swayed by their stupid faces (followed then later by a complete meltdown in the pub garden from the mix of overly drunk and tiredness - absolute winner, right?)
And now today, it is only when I have to move around to get something that I realise how much I ache. But I’m happy.
More comedy awaits over the next two nights in the form of That Pair at Soho theatre followed by fun at the Good Ship on Monday, and then a sketch night on Tuesday. And to think, on the first day of this year I was bemoaning to someone about how I don’t really have a lot on this month - never again will I complain so early in the month about a lack of gigs to be going to in the following weeks.
Now, ROLL ON SHERLOCK SUNDAY!