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‘I’ve had two perms – I re­gret nei­ther. I think big fuzzy hair is gr8’

The fun­ni­est standup I’ve ever seen …

Brent Wein­bach. I saw him in Los An­ge­les at the Up­right Cit­i­zens Bri­gade in 2010 when I was do­ing a sum­mer in­tern­ship. He’s so ab­surd and fear­less. I re­mem­ber a bit where he was giv­ing au­di­ence mem­bers the most bizarre/best lap dance I have seen and it sent me into tears.

The fun­ni­est book I’ve ever read …

I only read de­press­ing books about mur­der­ers and other kinds of de­ranged crim­i­nals … so, I guess the fun­ni­est out of those would be Gone Girl.

The fun­ni­est per­son I know … Phil Burg­ers AKA Dr Brown.

play­ing a girl, which I think is a re­ally hard thing to achieve.

The fun­ni­est hair­style I’ve ever had … I’ve had two perms. I re­gret nei­ther. I think big fuzzy hair is gr8. The fun­ni­est dream I’ve ever had …

When I was very young, I had a re­cur­ring dream where the Wicked Witch of the West would turn my dad’s eye­brows green and he couldn’t wash it out. Scarred me for life.

The fun­ni­est thing that shouldn’t be funny … The con­cept of hell. The fun­ni­est word … BananaPants, an orig­i­nal com­pound word. Natalie Palamides: Nate is at Soho The­atre, W1, Tue to 1 Dec


Birm­ing­ham Royal Bal­let: The Nutcracker Birm­ing­ham Hip­po­drome, 23 Nov to 13 Dec; Royal Al­bert Hall, SW7, 28 to 31 Dec

BRB’s Nutcracker opens in its home town, fol­lowed by spe­cial Lon­don shows in a zhooshed-up ver­sion, with pro­jec­tions by 59 Pro­duc­tions and the Lon­don Phil­har­monic Orches­tra play­ing Tchaikovsky’s score.



Gala for World Aids Day Plea­sance The­atre, N7, 3 Dec

Rais­ing cash for the Na­tional Aids Trust, the Plea­sance’s in­au­gu­ral com­edy gala com­bines the knock­about charm of Lucy Pear­man and John Kearns with savvy sto­ry­tellers Sara Pas­coe, Nish Ku­mar and more.

Har­riet Gib­sone


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