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After centuries of speculation, Jesus Christ has returned to earth. However, the choice of location for his second coming has drawn some criticism from The Vatican. The Son of God revealed himself unto Kanye West, during a concert in Seattle. As the
Story Cinda Chavich for The Globe and Mail gallery For your first visit, take it easy, says Richard Stamp, co-founder of the online guide Fringe Guru ( fringeguru.com ). Maybe plan for two or three shows each day and save time to just enjoy the
And here on 4 we have a comedy coming up, said the BBC continuity announcer...To say to your listeners Look, guys, we've given comedy our best shot, we've brought in the big guns, we've maxed out the budget, but it's just not working...The glory days
Sunday, January 20, 2013, in Hamlin Memorial Cemetery, directed by Adams-Foster-Ray Funeral Home. Born August 6, 1934, Virginia was the daughter of the late Vernon and Madeline (Russell) Mayfield...Virginia married Richard Herring May 24, 1952, in
Why is there so much anxiety surrounding their size? Half sex seminar, half comedy show, Richard Herring 's Talking Cock has risen again, 10 years after its first performance ...That's because a whole show's worth of knob gags is a gift to Herring,
90s Comedian Date: 2006 The set-up: Stewart Lee is currently Britain's best standup comedian. No poll will ever crown him that, and he has certainly not made the money or the heavy impact of, say, Billy Connolly or Eddie Izzard.
Richard Herring ended one of his Edinburgh Fringe performances this week with a hollow laugh. His show, Talking Cock 2: The Second Coming, had been well received by the 150-strong audience, but large numbers of seats were empty. "Tell your friends.
No laughing matter Richard Herring says Edinburgh festival comedy can't keep getting more expensive. Photograph: A Phillipson/Livepix Comedy news from Edinburgh It's week two of the fringe, and unease about low audience figures continues to thrum
Worries that the Olympics would have a deleterious effect on the Fringe have sadly proved correct as preliminary box office figures for the first week show that ticket sales are noticeably down on previous years. But, as the Games end tonight,
The head of one of the most recognisable venues at the Edinburgh Festival has hit out at the sheer numbers of promotional posters "despoiling" the city and called on the council to curb the practice. Tommy Sheppard, who has taken over the running of