Beyond Our Kennel book.
Beyond Our Kennel book.
Comedy's poet laureate will cure anybody's poetry phobias with this funny collection. Laugh at life in a Luton bungalow, chuckle at the poet's juvenile pain or enter the tardis-kennel to experience life beyond our ken. Find similar books Profile. Those four made us glad to be alive. They made the five of us feel fab. They were one of the three things our family could appreciate together. The other two were sleep and oxygen. from The Beatles in our Luton Bungalow. You at the Back by Roger McGough.
Wonderful comedy poet laureate John Hegley is joined by pals Diego Brown and the Good Fairy, Howard Lee, plus discs by Gary .
Wonderful comedy poet laureate John Hegley is joined by pals Diego Brown and the Good Fairy, Howard Lee, plus discs by Gary, for an evening of comedy, poetry a.
ISBN13:9780413732101. Release Date:October 1999.
Beyond Our Ken (1958–1964) is a radio comedy programme, the predecessor to Round the Horne (1965–1968). Both programmes starred Kenneth Horne, Kenneth Williams, Hugh Paddick, Betty Marsden and Bill Pertwee, with announcer Douglas Smith. Musical accompaniment was provided by the BBC Revue Orchestra. The title is a pun on Kenneth Horne's name that hinges on the familiar expression "beyond our ken" (ken being a now mainly Northern English and Scots word meaning "knowledge or perception").
John Hegley - key interests: dogs, potatoes and. glasses Melanie Gow - keen to set a play date with you for her 'Mind Goblin' Pete Cox - 'entertainment for the ears' Stuart Moses - making it up as he goes along, our King of improv Tabitha Beaven (me!) - self-confessed, definitely not funny, but will be encouraging you to tickle your own chuckle chops with a touch.
John Richard Hegley (born 1 October 1953) is an English performance poet, comedian, musician and songwriter. He was born in the Newington Green area of Islington, London, England, into a Roman Catholic household. He was brought up in Luton and later Bristol, where he attended Rodway School. After school he worked as a bus conductor and civil servant before attending the University of Bradford, where he gained a BSc in European Literature and the History of Ideas and Sociology.
John Hegley’s latest concoction of comic poetry, stand-up, storytelling and song presents his audience with an alphabetical menagerie - an A to Z. .There is a slide show of Hegley’s likeably raw drawings, and there are singalongs.
John Hegley’s latest concoction of comic poetry, stand-up, storytelling and song presents his audience with an alphabetical menagerie - an A to Z carnival of the animals, some of which turn out to be human. Music comes courtesy of his mandolin or guitar, and a double bass played by Keith Moore, dressed in music-hall clown-style in loud checks and bowler