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I Remember Judge Tuxedo

Episode 4 of the Bunbury Speaks Podcast is here! We interviewed a guy you’ll all have heard about from our other podcasts because he did the music! It’s none other than out very own Scott Midlane.

In this podcast we cover a lot of topics ans here are the links we spoke about:
To find Scott’s wonderful music

Midlane
Third Man Phenomenon
Scabeater

And his new single Rag Doll 

Check all of this great stuff out!

Check out the wonderful work from Howard Sinclair Photography

If you’d like to find out more or have questions about Diabetes, please follow the following link
www.diabetes.org.uk

As always the music was by the brilliant Midlane, click on his face below for more!

It was produced by Keri Moriarty for the internet.

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Anthony Jeannot – Life Coach (Age 14)

Life Coach (Age 14)
22:15 @ The Free Sisters – The Wee Room (Venue 272) Aug 2nd-14th
Free Fringe Laughing Horse

Bunbury Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

From the very start the room is at ease with this show which is conversational in tone packed with very sharp and relatable anecdotal humour. The audience is highly immersed from the off because of the skillful story telling. Anthony Jeannot is a passionate performer who really takes clear pleasure in what he does and that also serve to draw the audience in. The timing and poise is just fantastic with wonderful descriptions which paint vivid pictures in the mind making this a warm an accessible show. it is a show about growing, changing and reflection.

A great watch. Make the time to see this show as it is so well performed and presented. It’s really hard not to adore Jeannot.

Rich and Morty

Bunbury Magazine – ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Often, it can be difficult to review ‘compilation’ shows. The styles of the comedians can, whilst being good in their own right, deter from an overarching narrative in the show, or create an absence of one.
Whilst talking to Rich Sheehy before the show, he explained to me that this wasn’t the show he originally intended to bring up. His comedy partner had to leave due to reasons I will not disclose here.
I find it important to mention these things as, despite this and other things that have thrown spanners into Rich’s works, he has managed to put on an excellent show, full of dark, wry humour.
It is also pertinent to say these things as Rich has managed to create a compilation show with a theme, something I have never seen before. It is his quest, every night, to try and find the ‘Mortiest Morty’ amongst the guests he has invited to the show – on this night, two very funny ‘Mortys’ indeed.
For the man himself, he delivered humour that cut to the bone, was fantasitcally satirical with a great deal of charm and cheek. There were tightly-written segues in between songs which popped with parody and jet-black humour. He dealt with topics which could have left the audience feling uncomfortable but Rich dealt with them in a very clever manner, with the afformentioned charm mixing to create a memorable set.
I have no doubt that Rich will have some fantastic Mortys lined up for the rest of the Fringe run. If you want to see some of the best performers at the Festival, as well as some jet black humour that will leave you squirming with laughter, then get yourself down to Rich and Morty.

Rich Sheehy – Rich and Morty.

Part of the PBH Free Fringe.

Southsider.

2245.

Until 26th.

Written by Christopher Moriarty.