MY VERSION OF BRIEF ENCOUNTER
Watched ‘Brief Encounter’, that old Lovely Black and white film by David Lean and written by Noel Coward. Starring Celia Johnston and Trevor Howard. It... Read More
I still have a daddy
There can’t be many milestones in life other than getting married, having a baby and putting your dad into an old folk’s home. I have... Read More
It’s 7am the phone rings. My husband immediately sits up and answers the phone. He is quiet, I can hear my dad shouting down the... Read More
Edinburgh and THE FREE FESTIVAL
I recall standing outside the Pleasance Dome flyering my show a few years ago. I was exhausted and knew I had to fill a big... Read More
My Dad – I will be home.
He is 83 years old and has been the rock of my life. His twinkly blue eyes, his impatience with things that take too long... Read More
I remember being normal. I was young and worked in a bar and watched normal people do normal things. Things like other normal people did.... Read More
I HATE FEMALE COMICS
Just had a fabulous time at Glasgow Stand comedy club. It’s a brilliant comedy club and comics who know the circuit adore it, we all... Read More
Comedy for kids.
Not many people would assume it was my bag, but I often do Kids Comedy show at The Stand Comedy Club Glasgow. I can imagine... Read More
Being a woman comic, these are things that happen.
1. Watching the hotel receptionist ignore you and speak to your husband, explaining stuff and giving keys out, even though you are paying the bill... Read More
Dapper Laughs and Julien Blanc.
In 1979, I recall walking into work in my boyfriend’s dad’s pub in the notorious area of The Calton in Glasgow. There seemed to be... Read More