Whichever one’s nearest.
I met Jack at the University of Lincoln in 2011. He was in the year below me, and we were both cast in a student film that, with any luck and/or divine interference, will NEVER see the light of day because it wasn’t…it wasn’t good.
But we got on pretty much immediately. We’re quite similar people and I’m intensely attracted to him, so I don’t like to let him too far out of my sight.
Dean came to Lincoln a year later and we met through Jack and again got on almost instantaneously.
They’re two of my favourite people in the world. They inspire me, I look up to them, I love to laugh with them and I am so grateful that I get to work with them and that they’ve believed in me enough to include me in their work.
Thanks for coming to the show =)
Oh, MAN London is so big, I can’t recommend a single thing.
If I could recommend a practice, however, I’d say you should just take a couple of nights and go places and see what you can find. Grab a tourist guide (FROM A WATERSTONES STORE), and just try a few places out. You’ll soon find the right places for you!
As for theatre, Just keep regularly checking the Evening Standard and TimeOut magazine for reviews and upcoming productions.
It’s such a wonderful city, you’ll not get bored anytime fast!
Not intrusive at all! I don’t think anyone has anything to be ashamed of in regards to their sexuality.
Simply put, I’m straight.
In terms of my private life, I don’t really talk much about that online, because I’ve never felt the need to!
And thank you! You rock too =)
I’m asked this all the time. It’s such a shame I have to continually disappoint people.
Once again, I’ll go through the really very painful story of Man Time.
Jack and I are currently embroiled in a bitter public feud over a shady turn of events in Las Vegas and he has yet to apologise OR return the diamonds to me.
Dean recently came out of yet another coma only to instantly prick his finger on a tape dispenser and faint at the sight of blood. His vitals are promising.
Last I heard, Bown is currently doing ICT maintenance at the International Space Station.
And the Same Faces have wrapped on their remake of the Parent Trap, but are in the middle of promoting their tour as illusionists and are unreachable.
So it’s just…it’s just NOT happening for us right now.
Thanks for coming to support the show =) As long as you enjoyed yourself and the show, I don’t mind how you’re reacting!! Light fun is all we aim to do!
It is NEVER sad to look forward to a trip to IKEA. My housemate Kim and I make regular plans to do that just to wander round and look at things.
YES. YES I CAN REMEMBER HOW THIS STARTED. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BRINGING THIS UP.
So back in 2011, a bunch of close friends and I went on holiday together to Turkey. It was documented in the delightful series ‘Bing on Holiday’, filmed by Chris Bingham.
One one day of the holiday, a few of us went for a walk down to the beach. Bing was running around with his flipcam and happened to catch a paraglider landing by the beach. I spotted him filming and thought it would be funny to walk towards him like a travel presenter. So I did. And Bing managed to keep a straight face. And lo, a catchphrase was born.
Since then I just do it whenever I happen to walk into someone else’s shot. Jack Howard thought it was really funny and decided to do it once in one of the Past Bings, which was all very enjoyable, until someone commented on another video I did it in that I “stole Jack’s joke”. THE ONE THING ON THE INTERNET THAT’S MINE.
Thanks for letting me tell that lovely story!