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Get me to the Honeymoon on time

With the sound of the Bells still ringing in our ears, from the Royal wedding of the decade, its time for another Saturday show.

We debated where would the happy couple be going for their Honeymoon; maybe Royal Southend-on-Sea would be too low key.

Toofers this week was inspired by the battle to be the belle of the ball, without upstaging the Bride. So I went for two from Lady GaGa – ‘Paparazzi’ and her new single ‘Judas’

Comedy show wise, we had details on two old game show host going back to their roots;

Sod Cancer! — with Mitchell & Webb

30th April 2011 – Bloomsbury Theatre.

Some of the country’s funniest comedians will be joining together to raise money for the Institute of Cancer Research, including the stars of TV’s “Peep Show” — Mitchell & Webb! With some great stand-up comedy and skits, it’s going to be a night that no comedy fan can afford to miss.

Jim Bowen: “You Can’t Beat A Bit Of Bowen”

2nd May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Best known for his stint on “Bullseye”, Jim Bowen is one of Britain’s best-loved comedians. Have a laugh as he recalls his hilarious life in showbiz, from his humble beginnings as a stand-up comedian on the northern circuit to becoming the host of one of TV’s most popular game shows.

Roy Walker, at the E4 Udderbelly

6th May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Roy Walker is best known for his stint on TV gameshow ‘Catchphrase’, but here’s your chance to see his successful one-man show at the E4 Udderbelly. Expect laughs galore as he regales tales from his 30-year career.

On the live Music recommendation side of things, we noted an anniversary gig and a comeback gig from the ‘Bard of Barking’;

Sunday 1st May – Billy Bragg – at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.

A show from Billy Bragg, with support from The Agitator.

Wednesday 4th May – Panic at the disco – at Shepard’s Bush Empire.

Baroque pop pioneers Panic! At The Disco took their name from The Smiths’ 80s classic Panic. Their platinum-certified 2005 debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out remains one of the biggest selling debuts in label history. With their visionary pop modernism and bevy of irresistible hooks, singles like the two-time platinum smash, I Write Sins Not Tragedies, earned the band international acclamation and a fervent fan following around the globe.

Friday 6th May – The Icicle Works, 30th Anniversary Tour – at Academy Islington.

The Icicle Works are an English alternative rock band who rose to fame in the 1980s.

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Get me to the Honeymoon on time

With the sound of the Bells still ringing in our ears, from the Royal wedding of the decade, its time for another Saturday show.

We debated where would the happy couple be going for their Honeymoon; maybe Royal Southend-on-Sea would be too low key.

Toofers this week was inspired by the battle to be the belle of the ball, without upstaging the Bride. So I went for two from Lady GaGa – ‘Paparazzi’ and her new single ‘Judas’

Comedy show wise, we had details on two old game show host going back to their roots;

Sod Cancer! — with Mitchell & Webb

30th April 2011 – Bloomsbury Theatre.

Some of the country’s funniest comedians will be joining together to raise money for the Institute of Cancer Research, including the stars of TV’s “Peep Show” — Mitchell & Webb! With some great stand-up comedy and skits, it’s going to be a night that no comedy fan can afford to miss.

Jim Bowen: “You Can’t Beat A Bit Of Bowen”

2nd May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Best known for his stint on “Bullseye”, Jim Bowen is one of Britain’s best-loved comedians. Have a laugh as he recalls his hilarious life in showbiz, from his humble beginnings as a stand-up comedian on the northern circuit to becoming the host of one of TV’s most popular game shows.

Roy Walker, at the E4 Udderbelly

6th May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Roy Walker is best known for his stint on TV gameshow ‘Catchphrase’, but here’s your chance to see his successful one-man show at the E4 Udderbelly. Expect laughs galore as he regales tales from his 30-year career.

On the live Music recommendation side of things, we noted an anniversary gig and a comeback gig from the ‘Bard of Barking’;

Sunday 1st May – Billy Bragg – at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.

A show from Billy Bragg, with support from The Agitator.

Wednesday 4th May – Panic at the disco – at Shepard’s Bush Empire.

Baroque pop pioneers Panic! At The Disco took their name from The Smiths’ 80s classic Panic. Their platinum-certified 2005 debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out remains one of the biggest selling debuts in label history. With their visionary pop modernism and bevy of irresistible hooks, singles like the two-time platinum smash, I Write Sins Not Tragedies, earned the band international acclamation and a fervent fan following around the globe.

Friday 6th May – The Icicle Works, 30th Anniversary Tour – at Academy Islington.

The Icicle Works are an English alternative rock band who rose to fame in the 1980s.

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Get me to the Honeymoon on time

With the sound of the Bells still ringing in our ears, from the Royal wedding of the decade, its time for another Saturday show.

We debated where would the happy couple be going for their Honeymoon; maybe Royal Southend-on-Sea would be too low key.

Toofers this week was inspired by the battle to be the belle of the ball, without upstaging the Bride. So I went for two from Lady GaGa – ‘Paparazzi’ and her new single ‘Judas’

Comedy show wise, we had details on two old game show host going back to their roots;

Sod Cancer! — with Mitchell & Webb

30th April 2011 – Bloomsbury Theatre.

Some of the country’s funniest comedians will be joining together to raise money for the Institute of Cancer Research, including the stars of TV’s “Peep Show” — Mitchell & Webb! With some great stand-up comedy and skits, it’s going to be a night that no comedy fan can afford to miss.

Jim Bowen: “You Can’t Beat A Bit Of Bowen”

2nd May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Best known for his stint on “Bullseye”, Jim Bowen is one of Britain’s best-loved comedians. Have a laugh as he recalls his hilarious life in showbiz, from his humble beginnings as a stand-up comedian on the northern circuit to becoming the host of one of TV’s most popular game shows.

Roy Walker, at the E4 Udderbelly

6th May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Roy Walker is best known for his stint on TV gameshow ‘Catchphrase’, but here’s your chance to see his successful one-man show at the E4 Udderbelly. Expect laughs galore as he regales tales from his 30-year career.

On the live Music recommendation side of things, we noted an anniversary gig and a comeback gig from the ‘Bard of Barking’;

Sunday 1st May – Billy Bragg – at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.

A show from Billy Bragg, with support from The Agitator.

Wednesday 4th May – Panic at the disco – at Shepard’s Bush Empire.

Baroque pop pioneers Panic! At The Disco took their name from The Smiths’ 80s classic Panic. Their platinum-certified 2005 debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out remains one of the biggest selling debuts in label history. With their visionary pop modernism and bevy of irresistible hooks, singles like the two-time platinum smash, I Write Sins Not Tragedies, earned the band international acclamation and a fervent fan following around the globe.

Friday 6th May – The Icicle Works, 30th Anniversary Tour – at Academy Islington.

The Icicle Works are an English alternative rock band who rose to fame in the 1980s.

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Get me to the Honeymoon on time

With the sound of the Bells still ringing in our ears, from the Royal wedding of the decade, its time for another Saturday show.

We debated where would the happy couple be going for their Honeymoon; maybe Royal Southend-on-Sea would be too low key.

Toofers this week was inspired by the battle to be the belle of the ball, without upstaging the Bride. So I went for two from Lady GaGa – ‘Paparazzi’ and her new single ‘Judas’

Comedy show wise, we had details on two old game show host going back to their roots;

Sod Cancer! — with Mitchell & Webb

30th April 2011 – Bloomsbury Theatre.

Some of the country’s funniest comedians will be joining together to raise money for the Institute of Cancer Research, including the stars of TV’s “Peep Show” — Mitchell & Webb! With some great stand-up comedy and skits, it’s going to be a night that no comedy fan can afford to miss.

Jim Bowen: “You Can’t Beat A Bit Of Bowen”

2nd May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Best known for his stint on “Bullseye”, Jim Bowen is one of Britain’s best-loved comedians. Have a laugh as he recalls his hilarious life in showbiz, from his humble beginnings as a stand-up comedian on the northern circuit to becoming the host of one of TV’s most popular game shows.

Roy Walker, at the E4 Udderbelly

6th May 2011 – Southbank Centre.

Roy Walker is best known for his stint on TV gameshow ‘Catchphrase’, but here’s your chance to see his successful one-man show at the E4 Udderbelly. Expect laughs galore as he regales tales from his 30-year career.

On the live Music recommendation side of things, we noted an anniversary gig and a comeback gig from the ‘Bard of Barking’;

Sunday 1st May – Billy Bragg – at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.

A show from Billy Bragg, with support from The Agitator.

Wednesday 4th May – Panic at the disco – at Shepard’s Bush Empire.

Baroque pop pioneers Panic! At The Disco took their name from The Smiths’ 80s classic Panic. Their platinum-certified 2005 debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out remains one of the biggest selling debuts in label history. With their visionary pop modernism and bevy of irresistible hooks, singles like the two-time platinum smash, I Write Sins Not Tragedies, earned the band international acclamation and a fervent fan following around the globe.

Friday 6th May – The Icicle Works, 30th Anniversary Tour – at Academy Islington.

The Icicle Works are an English alternative rock band who rose to fame in the 1980s.

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