I was happiest when … my children were born (and also the most terrified). You wouldn’t know it but … I’m only 26cms tall. My most embarrassing moment … I was making love once … and another embarrassing moment was … oh that’s right, you only wanted one. The last time I cried was … see answer to question above. The last book I read was … quite good. The House of Lies by Ian Rankin. I love John
Rebus, but then being Scottish I have a soft spot for him. My favourite films are … Trading Places, Pulp Fiction and most things by Richard Curtis. I’m a romantic at heart. I really want to … have a more intellectual answer to the question above. My guilty pleasure is … walking around the house wearing my Kimono and cowboy hat while singing There’s No Business Like Showbusiness. Life has taught me … if life gives you lemons, learn to juggle. I’m about to … do another rehearsal for my new Adelaide Fringe Festival show. My first job was … as a podiatrist. My most memorable work-related moment is … receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at last year’s Scottish Comedy Awards in Edinburgh. What I enjoy most about my work is … still trying to get my head around actually being paid to make people laugh.
Scottish-born former Tasmanian Kevin Kopfstein brings his brand new show to Jokers Comedy Club (20 New Town Rd, New Town) on Wednesday, January 30. Tickets are $23.30 pre-sale or $25 at the door. jokerscomedy.com.au
Mt Field frost, a distant memory at the moment by @janetaylor999
Good morning sunrise, at Snug Beach by @leosfour