Following the roaring success of An Evening with Barry Cryer at Arts Trinity in Leeds last October, the lovely people at RTS Yorkshire asked me back this year to have an inordinate amount of fun on stage with the Chuckle Brothers. Which I duly did. Behind the haplessness of their comic characters is a wealth of skill, knowledge and professionalism. They’re great chaps, and they know the industry backwards, so it was fabulous to get talking about their career and influences.
Other than that, I’ve been doing my radio column for The Lady every week, features on entertainment for the Sunday Express, research for TV documentaries, working on ideas for more books, refurbishing my beloved drum kit and, when the mood strikes, being quite silly. A man of many parts. The punchline writes itself.
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